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One or both of your rear emergency brake cables are/is frozen. Give them both a good soaking with nothing but PB blaster. make sure you get the entire sheilded area. You may at the same time want to adjust up the rear brakes. Now back to that pedal. Have someone under the drivwers side pull hard on the E-bracke center cable while you depress and release the foot pedal. don't do this until the cables have set all night with the spray on them. Good Luck! Thanks, Dana
the switch or due to weather the wires might be damaged, but it's a short...you might want to check into getting it to stop stayin on as the brake light lights up with others in a sequence for diagnostic codes and troubleshooting engine problems.....good luck..shia
The problem is with the cable running from the pedal in the car to the exellerator in the engin. there is only one way to fix this and that is to replace the cable. What happen is the the small stings of the cable start breaking and then get stuck inside the casing. It's only a matter of time before the cable will break.
Get yourself a large hammer and hit the back side of your rear drums. This should break the e-brake loose. Make sure the brake is released inside the car when you do this. What has happened is that brake dust or rust is keeping the brake shoes engaged with the drums.