Question about Mazda Tribute
Has the vehicle drum brakes? Has the brake stuck because the vehicle has been parked for a while? If yes, the linings have just stuck to the drum, sometime just reversing the car will be enough to release it. If not remove rear wheels and bang the face of the drum with a hammer, Failing that the drums will have to come off by any means. (Slide hammer). Good Luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I'm not sure if you are driving in winter conditons.... but first replace the interlock relay and see if that corrects the problem... and it should. it is indeed the interlock solenoid that will need to be replaced.
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Posted on Jan 24, 2009
SOURCE: Parking Brake Alarm
inset the key and switch on to position 2
Scroll through the warning display untill you get the service indicator apears
Press and hold the reset button on the left of the dash apnel for about 4 mins
You will be asked if you want to reset
Press anh hold the reset button again until you hear an audible warning
It should now show the new interval to a service
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
SOURCE: my parking brake is sticking
Either the switch on the lever is not adjusted or is going bad, or the return spring is weak. You could try spraying the cables where they enter the outer coverings with wd 40 or other spray lube and making sure that the cables are not hanging up as well. (good to do once in a while anyhow as maintenance)
Posted on May 05, 2009
u will need to fix the brake lights, it is most likely a defective brake light switch, this switch is located at the top of the arm the brake pedal is attached to, it is easy to replace, no special tools needed
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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