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PARKING BRAKE LEVER- NO TENSION / DISC BRAKE ADJUSTMENT-OFF

2006 HYUNDAI SANTA FE 4WD 2.7 L 40560 MILES
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I REPLACED FRONT / REAR BRAKES & ROTORS - I HAVE TO PULL MY

PARKING BRAKE LEVER ALL THE WAY UP BEFORE IT ENGAGES

THE REAR PARKING DISC. PRIOR TO REPLACING ROTORS/BRAKES

IT ONLY TOOK 2 OR 3 CLICKS OF THE LEVER TILL IT ENGAGED THE

PARKING BRAKE SYSTEM.

Q. HOW TO INCREASE TENSION / TIGHTEN PARKING
BRAKE LEVER.

Q. HOW TO ADJUS THE .REAR DISC FOR THE PARKING BRAKE SYSTEM.

I GREATLY APPRECIATE ALL HELP WITH THE ABOVE PROBLEM.

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If you remove the cover of the E-brake there should be a tention ajustment that you can do yourself.

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