Question about 2003 Chevrolet Suburban 1500
Probably need to adjust the cables
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
This problem is common with the 2000 and up Chevy trucks and SUVs. The answer is - There is no emergency brake. It is a parking brake. It is not designed to function as an emergency brake. This was explained to me by a service advisor. The owners manual also describes it as a parking brake. In its new condition it will do an adequate job of holding a vehicle on an incline surface but it you drive any distance with it applied it seems to reduce its effectiveness even for that purpose.
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