Make sure the ratchet mechanism is released. The inside end of the cable, when attached to the small wheel should be at the bottom (of the wheel). DO NOT LET THE SPRING LOSE TENSION.
Make sure they release completely when the e-brake is released.
I just got my 96 GT on the road, and found that all new brake parts seemed to settle in after a couple miles.
I need to add this to my sig...96 GT coupe...leather, auto, mach 1 sound, underdrive pullies, K&N, 3.08's, pretty much factory, KM paint...moonlight blue I believe 147,000,daily driver. That is until I get some gas mileage figures...my 95 3.8 can give me figures of 28 MPG if I'm a good boy. (220,000 mi.)
1995 coupe, 5-speed, bright blue, black & grey interior, home made rear seat delete for the pooch, 180 degree thermostat, Billet quadrant, adjustable clutch cable, firewall cable adjuster, billet headlight knob, Cobra shift knob, Energy Suspension front sway bar bushings, plug and
play OEM fog lights and switch.