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2003 chevy silverado just failed inspection due to e-brake being a little loose. pulled one tire,not sure what to stick in slot on back of wheel to tighten. felt around with regular screwdriver but don't feel adjustment wheel. Please help.

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Sometimes you can put the truck in reverse and holfd your foot on the brake and give it cas and let it self adjust.its the easiest way i know to tighten themup

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