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Parking brake failed inspection is there an adjustment

My Jeep failed inspection for the parking brake,the cable is moves freely, there doesn't appear to be an adjustment is there ?

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When you do get it fixed, use it or lose it. Not using your pkg brk will seize the linkage up.

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