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Hiace van how do you adjust the handbrake? My hand brake is almost non existant. I have adjusted the cable but no joy. Still plenty of brake pad.

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SOURCE: Handbrake Adjustment

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SOURCE: Adjust rear brakes Hiace van

usually this vehicle is equipped with rear drum brakes with auto adjuster. thy backing up about 30 kph and step on the brakes hard. do this 2 or 3 times this should adjust the brakes.

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SOURCE: Adjust handbrake on 2000 model

adjust the brakes on the rear before making any other adjustments.

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SOURCE: bmw e 60 530d 2004 hand brake adjustment

Hi tim to adjust the parking brake shoe is take off one wheel bolt and turn it untill you see the parking brake ajuster ( look like a gear) use torch and flat screw driver. first tight the adjuster untill you cant turn the wheel then undo it for atleast 8 notches

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