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Handbrake ive got a 1990 audi80 coupe which needs the handbrake tighting up can any1 tel how its done and were ie car underneath or under handbrake lever itself

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  • blaccers Oct 24, 2008

    handbrake works its just got too many clicks when put on need to reduce this all brakes pads are fine

  • blaccers Oct 24, 2008

    i need to tighten the handbrake cable but dont no how to this is hat i need advise on thx for the otha advise

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You need to check the rear brakes ............ if worn out the hand brake wont work that well

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    Jimmy Oct 24, 2008

    the rear adj the hand brake....... try lifting the handle up and down multiple times with the brake pedal depressed.... this adj the hand brake

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