Question about GMC Denali
Take off the rear tires and the drums. there is a cable at the bottom of your wheel bearing assembly, thats your emergency brake cable. try to push and pull it. follow the line up the side of the car and try to push and pull as far as you can. you may also be able to spray it with pb blaster to break it free from the dirt and corrosion
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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