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How do you release emergency brake to change rotor

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  • gpschulz2002 May 03, 2009

    I can get the rotor to move in and out but not come completely off.  I think I need to adjust the emergency brake in manually.  Is there an adjustment I can make?  

  • smokemedic May 11, 2010

    If your e-brake is released by pulling the handle that is all you should have to do.what make and year vehicle? some vehicles have a Phillips or torqx screw holding the rotor on to the hub. you will have to remove this. please be more specific as to the exact problem and what you have done and I will help further.

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Just look on the back side of rotor for whatever your model uses to hold the e-break on.

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