I was getting a quick wash after filling up the tank tonight, and when I pulled into the washbay, I stopped precisely when the stop light asks you to and pull the parking brake.... Get washed up, and when I step on the brake pedal again to release the parking brake, I notice that the pedal kinda sunk a bit more than when I usually depress it. So I pull out of the bay, and when I proceed to the next stop sign in the parking lot, I notice again that my pedal is sinking again just short of the floor, and this time I even lock up the brakes to a screeching halt. I drive to a deserted parking lot and under the streetlights, I look for leaks, but since I just got washed, it was hard to notice much under the now damp engine bay. No noticable leaks, and I even pulled forward and looked for any brake fluid leaks in the puddles of water left behind. Nothing evident, but again, it was dark. So I limped it home. I noticed that I have limited braking, and my parking brake light is constantly on. I'm guessing I'm dragging one of my rear brakes from when I put on the parking brake - hence why parking brake light is constantly on? Frozen caliper? Need guidance!
Why couldn't this happen on the way to the DC Get Together, where there were tons of Guru's present! =(