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How do i adust handbrake mitsubishi cantor 2ton truck 1988 model

Where do i do the adjustment

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You'll need to open up your center console and look at the base of the parking brake. You should see two screws and two cables for your rear wheels. You can tighten or loosen the screws to adjust the tension on the cable and your brakes

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