Question about 1996 Volkswagen Jetta
To fix the E brake you have to take the cover off that surrounds the brake lever and behind it is a nut on a cable attached to two other cables with a single nut is your adjuster, tighten it up till the handle is about half way up to fully lock the rear wheels. If the adjuster is all the way back and still can't hold the car then your rear brakes are worn out, replace asap. As for your codes just call up any vdub dealer and ask them to tell you what the codes mean.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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