Question about 2002 Saturn L-Series
First make sure you have good rear brakes, and that your e-brake cables are not rusted or otherwise frozen in place. Look at your console, the boot around the handbrake lever can be removed from the console can be pulled up, out, and over the lever. The boot's base is like a grommet so gently squish it in and pull up, gently was the word I used. If you **** it out you will destroy the grommet which holds it in place. You will see an adjuster knob with a rubber tip on it. Pull off the tip, get a deep well socket, and adjust it to suit yourself. A few turns tighter will probably do it. You do not want your brakes dragging so do not set it too tightly where very little upward movement movement locks the brakes.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
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