Frozen parking brake
Heading up the AK Highway with our new to us Winnebago Journey DP. Woke up at Milepost 74 in BC to a blizzard. We drove north for a while and pulled off at Pink Mountain where they said the road ahead was closed, so we parked for a while and i applied the air Parking brake. A couple hours later, traffic was moving in both directions, so we got ready to go, and coach didn't want to move. I gave it a lot a accelerator pedal in forward and reverse before it finally popped loose and we managed to make it as far as Fort Nelson where we're waiting out the rest of the storm in comfort. ABS light came on shortly after we got moving. I'm assuming this is from the rear brakes having been frozen. Do I need to get this looked at right now, or can I continue on up to AK, another 1200 miles? Brakes seem to work OK. I know what the manual says, but mechanics who work on the 45 foot MCI and Van Hool buses I drive tell us ABS light is not an "Out of Service" item and can be dealt with a little later if need be. Comments?
New to us '04 Journey 36 with 330 Cat will be towing a '14 Sonic 1.4 liter turbo 6 spd. '05 Dodge 3500 Cummins, '09 Subaru Outback, plus a few other toys that help us get around in Alaska.