Question about Saab 9 5
OK so last night in Minnesota it got pretty cold and icy outside my driveway has a slight incline and i noticed my neighbors Saab slid down there driveway and into the street. so i had a great idea of pulling the E-brake up so mine would not slide. Today its about 10 to 15 degrees out and i went leave and pulled my e-brake down and started driving when i noticed it was still any ideas for a cheap fix for this??
If you live in MN like I do. Than you have to use the e-brake all the time or not at all. If they are never used and you try to use it, all the cables will be stretched out. Or they will snap. Now you have to manually take a pliers and push the cable out on all four wheels. You can remove each tire and adjust the cables that way, but it would be time consuming. If your cables are stretched or broke, than the brakes are still engaged.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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