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Brake parking release

How to release brake to change rear pads

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Hello. Press and hold the button on the brake parking release handle and at the same time, pull up the handle hard untill you hear a click sound, that means the brake will be released. If you don't have the strength to do that, ask someone to help.

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with the ignition on press pull and hold the handbrake lever until the red light on it starts flashing

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