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Which way do you turn the adjuster to tighten front brakes

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POSSIBLY SOMEONE HAS ADJUSTED THE ROD BETWEEN FOOT PEDAL AND MASTER CYLINDER OR STICKY/SIEZED CALIPER SLIDES

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SOURCE: adjusting the e brake

Your emergency brake line is on the back driver side tire and will either tighten down with a screw driver or a wrench will work. Righty tighty lefty loosy.

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Any competent mechanic should be able to fix that, it is a reasonably straight forward procedure and does not require any special tools or equipment.

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SOURCE: adjusting the parking brake on a 2001 mazda protege

under the driverside should be a cable and a adjusting nut and bolt

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Check the return spring on the parking brake lever as wll as the gear teeth:
  1. Make sure the parking brake cable is free and is not frozen or sticking. Make sure the brake shoes are properly adjusted.
  2. Raise and safely support the rear wheels.
  3. Apply the parking brake while counting the number of notches. Check the desired parking brake stroke; it should be 7-9 notches.
  4. If adjustment is required, remove the adjusting nut cover and turn the adjusting nut located at the front of the parking brake cable.
  5. After adjustment, check there is no looseness between the adjusting nut and the parking brake lever, then tighten the locknut.
Do not adjust the parking brake too tight. If the number of notches is less than specification, the cable has been pulled too much and the automatic adjuster will fail or the brakes will drag.
  1. With the parking brake lever in the released position, turn the rear wheels to confirm that the rear brakes are not dragging.
  2. Lower the vehicle.
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