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Emergency brake not working

I have a 19997 plymouth voyager and have had all new brakes, rotars and new e brake cables put on but now seems like the e brake pedal will go down but its not working. We played around with the cables and if pulled on they hold a little but when you look at the cable running to the e brake pedal under the dash it is tight and not moving. Does this mean that we may have to replace that also? What a pain this has been.

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It isn't very often you need to replace that. Have you tried tightening up adjustment, or perhaps re-checking your rear shoes adjustment?

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