A box car is one of those issues that is vital, and that entails experienced tending to about
Smoking from near a wheel points to the brake on that wheel binding. Take the car for a run, when you stop the car touch the wheel with the BACK of your hand QUICKLY. You will know if it is over heating! Also there may well be a burning smell.
Below and to the left of the steering wheel , by the brake pedal ( it has a cover on it ) And the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) is in the engine compartment
Brake lines run from the master brake cylinder to each wheel, generally under the frame of the car.
To burn rubber with no hand brake, give the car plenty of gas. Quickly let the clutch out completely by sliding your foot off of the side of the pedal, spinning the wheels fast enough to break traction.
The fuse box is below and to the left of the steering wheel by the brake pedal ( it has a cover on it ) Also , the Power Distribution Box ( which is " live " ) is located in the engine compartment
Brake pads may be worn down to the brake "squealers".
If your asking about the brake lines in general, they run from the brake master cylinder to each wheel.
There is a brake on each wheel. The Brake Master Cylinder is located on the driver's side near the firewall.
Below and to the left of the steering wheel by the brake pedal ( and the power distribution box , which is " live " , is in the engine compartment )
The hand brake is on.
Apply the parking brake.
Assuming this is a rear wheel, it could be a stuck e-brake cable.