Burning Smell - Pass. Rear Tire locked
OK, so here is the deal;
It has been minus twenty or colder for about ten days.
My ebrake sticks constantly. So I stopped using.
Took truck for oil change and when I picked it up ebrake was on.
Released ebrake went to drive away and rear tire was locked.
I jacked it up where i was and spun tire until it would go forward.
Odd thing was it would turn in reverse the whole time.
So it started turning and I was able to drive home but for the days leading up to this I kept smelling burning that I thought was coming from the rear but coulod find it...
Does this sound like frozen/stuck ebrake or something worse?
2006 Ranger FX4 Level 2
33x12.5 Hankook Dynamic M/T, Ion Aluminum Alloy 15x10 -4inch offset,Front winch bumper, superwinch ep9.0, 3" B/L, Torsion Crank, Chrome Bed Bar, 2 x 100 watt offroads, 6000k HID Heads/Fog(s), Pioneer H.U., 12" Jackhammer, Alpine mrp 500,train horn, whelen pa/siren
Headlight, Fog, Airbox, Blue led interior(not gauge cluster yet), blue led l/p, blue led side markers, color match skid plates
sliders, suspension lift, rear bumper, tire carrier, tailgate