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Parking brake is stuck o the rear passager side.

How do I release the brake on that side?

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First I would hit the cable and see if it retracts if not I would try heating the cable going to the drum if that works you will have to replace the cables

Posted on Apr 04, 2014

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    chargerhp Apr 04, 2014

    You could also cut the cable a foot or so from the drum and then try to force a penetrant type oil down there

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SOURCE: Parking brake

Your cables are probably siezed--try spraying the cable where they go into the housing with penetrating oil like WD40 sometimes this works.

Posted on Aug 13, 2009

SOURCE: high pitched squeal when braking, but plenty of pad

I agree and nothing in life is easy unless you enjoy what you have to do. So you need to strip both sides. Remove all hub rust.rotor mounting suface rust, pad and caliper rust, then machine or replace rotors and pads unless all this was just done. The parking brake is either in the rear caliper or some veh have what your uncle said. If the caliper is corroded inside you replace,The brake cables and any adjustment or computer intervention ,you will be on your own as I don't have the veh to help you. Most car issues are lack of knowledge and no maintenance. No harm intended and would love to help. If your doing this yourself you should be able to screw the rear caliper pistons in and manually ratchet them up to the pads after you reinstall the caliper, if it was removed.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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SOURCE: how do i get the parking brake to release if it is

find the parking brake cable and shake it all the way to the back of the car, if this does not loosen it then you might have to take the rear brakes off and replace the parking brake mechanism

Posted on Mar 19, 2010

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Is it a "stick" in the console between the driver and passenger seats, or is it a pedal you push down? If it is in the center console, try starting the car, putting it from park into NEUTRAL with your foot on the brake, and pull up on the stick a little while pushing in the button. If the button goes in, push the handle back down, put the car back into park, and take your foot off the brake. I'm not real familiar with the Pacifica, so a description of the parking brake would help.

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  • The parking brake control will return to the full-release position after removing the force.

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