Parking on a slope or hill...
My driveway is on a roughly 30-40 degree downward slope. In the first two months, the e-brakes felt tight as I stepped all the way down on them then shifted to Park.
But I noticed about a week after I got my shocks/struts/rear rotors/brake pads, that after I set the e Brakes and then shift to park, it slips slightly, and now does a harsh CLUNK sound when I shift to reverse or D5.
Does anyone know if this will cause any damage?
Also, could the e-brakes slippage have been caused by any of the shocks/strut/rear rotor/brake work? The harsh clunking noise is very bothersome, as it sounds like a large and heavy metal clunking. It used to be very smooth and flush.
Maybe I'll just go back to them tomorrow and see whats up. But was wondering if anyone had any expertise on this matter.