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How to adjust the parking brake on 2007 Honda Accord LX?

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There is an adjusting screw atached to the hand brake cable located near the hand brake it self but before i do that i would check and replace the rear padds first and replace if needed! that could be the reason why your hand brake needs adjustment???

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