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Parking brake for 2002 kia sportage

Need to know how to adjust the parking brake

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    kia sportage park light are not working any idea?

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The park brake is the same on all vehicles. Usually on the driver side when you follow the cable, there will be an adjuster in the middle of the line. Turn to the right to tighten and left to loosten.

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