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Nissan cabstar 2005 handbrake not working ?

Pulling and turning the handbrake doesn't apply the brakes ?

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SOURCE: front disc brakes

Replace the rubber brake hose going to caliper, do both sides. Your problem will be solved

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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SOURCE: Red Brake light comes on when driving (not handbrake light)

Possibly the brake fluid level low inside the master cylinder so when you brake the fluid moves inside and the contact is made when the fluid moves to the one side of the reservoir, could also be the brake booster that is faulty. Some vehicles were equiped with a sensor that conects up to the booster which monitor the vacuum inside the booster and if the vacuum is very low it switches the same light on as the hand brake. Everything is conected in the same circuit. Hope it will help

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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SOURCE: car moves when handbrake applied,rear disc brakes.

check the brake pads and if necessary tighten the steel ropes, if it is mechanically driven at all.

Posted on Nov 07, 2009

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SOURCE: when pull emergency brake, car still rolls.

1. the brakes on the rear wore out or out of ajustment.
2. the cable is streched out and or needs to be adjusted.
3. the inner cable is broke.
4. autoadjusters jammed and not working or your not stepping on the brake and backing up to adjust the brakes.

Posted on Mar 11, 2010

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SOURCE: Have just replaced the left

on rear pads they will automatically adjust up on theri own as the piston will wind itself out unless the vehicle has a handbrake thats seperate with brake shoes inside the read disk and iam not familar with this model to tell you if it is of this later type

Posted on May 01, 2011

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