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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-08-2011 Thread Starter
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96 v6 need help with e brake

trying to figure out if there are settings for the ebrake when bleeding, does the bleeding process have anything to do with the e brake function? my ebrake is getting stuck after replacing the calipers and replacing the front cable.


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E-brake is mechanical so there is no bleeding necessary.

by stuck you mean it is always on or when you set the parking break it won't disengage?


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yes it will engage no it will not disengage. i have to get under the car and pry the cable ends and little arm back manually to drive it.

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could be the the springs on the caliper or the cable could be binding in the casing

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