Question about 1995 Ford F150 Styleside Regular Cab
The adjustment would be on the cable themselves. They should be full extended before inserting them. For a free full online repair manual for your truck, go to autozone.com, register for free and view your repair manual
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Fig. 2: Common front brake cable mounting (click image for zoom)
Fig. 3: To loosen, hold the adjuster rod from turning while you turn the nut using a box wrench
Fig. 4: The cable is usually attached to the lever using a button retainer
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