A year 2000 Subaru Forester. When you activate the emergency brake does it use the front brakes or the rear brakes ?
- Anonymous7 months ago
99% of all vehicles use the rear wheels. I think the only one that might have used the fronts were some old Saabs, but the Swedes were always weird.
- zipperLv 69 months ago
Rear! REAR! REAR! REAR!
- John AldenLv 79 months ago
It uses the rear wheels.
- JetDocLv 79 months ago
The PARKING brake is always on the REAR wheels.
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- thebax2006Lv 79 months ago
Rear brakes are for the emergency brake. If it was the front brakes you wouldn't be able to steer when using the e-brake and the brake cables would snap from flexing when turning a corner.Source(s): Mitsubishi Master Tech
- RonLv 79 months ago
I'm not aware of any commercially produced road vehicle that doesn't apply the parking brake to the rear wheels
- boLv 79 months ago
uses the rear brakes
- Anonymous9 months ago
Just try it and find out.........
- RickLv 79 months ago
Rear only ........................................