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I need to know how to properly install a new park brake cable on a 1995 f150 st.six 4.9efi. I got the new cables and installed them but the new front and intermediate cables won't reach the bracket holding the back cables that go to the wheels, what am i forgetting/doing wrong? I am quite sure that I have the correct replacement cables. is there an adjustment in the main brake unit or is there one in the wheels? thanks

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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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Adjust parking cable 99 dodge dakota -drum brakes


Unless you have replaced the cable, it should never need to be adjusted. If you can reach under the vehicle, and when wiggling the parking brake cable, if it is taut (not sagging), then it is probably adjusted properly. What usually causes the parking brake cable to appear mis-adjusted (the parking brake won't hold the vehicle), is that the self-adjusters in the rear drum brakes are not working properly. This is bad because it means that you are not getting proper braking from the rear brakes as well as having the parking brake issue. This can cause premature wear to the front disc brake pads/rotors and affect braking power and control under certain stopping conditions. Front disc brakes work so well that many people never realize that their rear brakes aren't doing their fair share. The purpose of the self-adjusters in the drum brakes is to keep the rear brake shoes at a consistent distance from the drum's inner surface as the shoe lining wears down. If the adjuster works correctly, the parking brake will always stay in adjustment. You CAN adjust the parking brake cable, but if the problem is actually with the self-adjuster, you are masking the real problem, and later on when you need to replace the rear brake shoes, you will find it impossible to put the drum back on over the shoes as the parking brake will have the shoes pushed out too far. Have a mechanic check out the self-adjuster mechanism. It is always a good idea whenever you replace the rear brake shoes to replace all the rear brake hardware as well. You don't replace rear brakes nearly as often as the front ones, and the cost of the hardware is minimal in relation to the satisfaction of knowing that non-corroded parts will work better and provide longer service than the older, gummed-up and rusted hardware that is currently installed.

Sep 11, 2014 | Dodge Dakota Cars & Trucks

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Can you tell me where the adjuster is on a mercedes c220 to adjust the pedal handbrake


Check this procedure to understand it... REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
(see Figures 1, 2, 3 and 4)
  1. Raise and support the front of the vehicle safely using jackstands.
The parking brake equalizer threads will often rust in service making adjustment or removal difficult. If necessary, spray a penetrating lubricant on the nut and equalizer threads, then allow time for the lubricant to work.
  1. Under the left-center of the vehicle, loosen the nut on the cable equalizer assembly.
  2. Separate the front cable from the equalizer.
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Fig. 1: On this truck, the equalizer is just behind and to the side of the transfer case

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Fig. 2: Common front brake cable mounting (click image for zoom)


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Fig. 3: To loosen, hold the adjuster rod from turning while you turn the nut using a box wrench

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Fig. 4: The cable is usually attached to the lever using a button retainer

  1. If applicable, remove the front-cable retaining bolts and clips.
  2. Bend or squeeze the frame retainer fingers and release the cable from the frame.
On some models, it may be necessary to remove the dash trim panels to gain access to the brake pedal.
  1. If necessary for access, remove the lower trim panel from the left side of the dash.
  2. Release the cowl retainer and grommet, then disconnect the front cable from the parking pedal assembly.
  3. Attach a length of wire to the cable, then carefully pull it through the cowl leaving the wire in place for installation purposes. Remove the cable from the vehicle.
To install:
  1. Use the wire left in the cowl opening to pull the cable into position.
  2. Seat the retainer and grommet to the cowl, making sure the retaining fingers are completely through the hole.
  3. Attach the cable to the lever, then if removed for access, install the lower trim panel.
  4. Install the cable retainer to the frame, then if applicable, secure any retaining clips.
  5. Connect the cable to the equalizer, then properly adjust the parking brake. For details, please refer to the procedure located later in this section.
  6. Remove the jackstands and carefully lower the vehicle.
Hope helps.

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The parking brake release cable on my 1997 dodge grand caravan is broken and the brake is stuck in the engaged position. The entire cable assembly (about 12 inches long) has dislodged somehow so there is...


I had the same thing. just remove the cover from under the steering wheel and you can see the ratchet release lever. You can also remove the metal cover that is under the plastic cover for more visibility. now just reach in with a bit of stiff wire with a hook on the end and pull the lever back to you. that is all the cable does, and voila, the brake is released. now you just have to remember not to push it down again (I did!)

Aug 12, 2011 | 1997 Dodge Grand Caravan

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Diagram for parking brake cables


Removal & Installation
  1. For the 1500HD, relieve the tension from the park brake cable by pulling down on the park brake cable in front of the equalizer then removing the cable from the equalizer bar.
  2. For the 25/35 series Disable the park brake cable automatic adjuster.
  3. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  4. Remove the tire and the wheel.
  5. Perform the following procedure to remove the cable (2) from the backing plate (4):
    • Compress the spring (3) by pushing toward the lever (1).
    • Depress the locking tabs.
    • Pull the cable housing out of the backing plate (4).
    • Remove the cable (2) through the slot in the backing plate.
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      Lever (1), cable (2), spring (3) and backing plate (4)

  6. Remove the park brake cable (2) from the lever (1).
  7. Remove the rotor.
  8. Remove the rear axle shaft.
  9. Remove the park brake shoe return spring (6).
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    Park brake shoe assembly 1500HD, 25 and 35 Series
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  10. Remove the park brake shoe anchor springs and pins.
  11. Separate the tips of the shoes from the park brake actuator and remove the park brake shoes and adjuster assembly from the vehicle.

To install:

  1. Clean the debris and the dust from the park brake components using a clean shop cloth.
  2. Install the adjuster assembly to the park brake shoes.
  3. Separate the tips of the shoes and install the park brake shoes to the park brake actuator.
  4. Install the park brake shoe anchor springs and pins.
  5. Install the park brake shoe return spring (6).
  6. Adjust the park brake shoe.
  7. Install the rear axle shaft.
  8. Install the rotor.
  9. Install the park brake cable (2) to the lever (1).
  10. Perform the following procedure to install the cable (2) to the backing plate (4):
    • Compress the spring (3) by pushing towards the lever (1).
    • Route the cable (2) through the slot in the backing plate.
    • Push the cable housing into the backing plate (4) until the locking tabs snap into place.
  11. Install the tire and wheel.
  12. Remove the safety stands.
  13. Lower the vehicle.
  14. Enable the park brake cable automatic adjuster.
  15. For the 1500HD, install the park brake cable to the equalizer by pulling down on the park brake cable in front of the equalizer then installing the cable to the equalizer bar.
  16. Adjust the park brake cable.
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I pushed on my parking brake and something snapped, resulting in my brake pedal pressed to the firewall,when i pulled the release latch it would not come back up,i pulled the pedal up manually but now i...


if you know someone with a lift, get it up in the air and take a good look. it should be immediately obvious which end or which cable has failed. i think you will find there are two cables in the rear which meet one coming from the front at a central threaded rod adjuster. common for them to become rusted and break at pivot points, swivels, backing plates. it is not unknown for an independent muffler shop to put your vehicle up on a lift and let you take a quick look for 10 bucks or so.

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1997 Ford contour rear brake shoe replacment help.


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Depress and turn the retainers for the hold-down springs and pins to remove them from each shoe. Slide the brake shoe assembly--including the shoes and springs--down so you can disengage the top ends of the shoes from the cylinder and tilt them to lift them past the retaining plate.

Unhook the lower retracting spring from the front brake shoe to disconnect it. Spread the shoes apart at the bottom to remove the adjusting screw, the screw's retracting spring and the adjuster lever. Remove the front brake shoe.

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  • Step 5 Disconnect the parking brake lever from the rear shoe by spreading the retaining clip with a screwdriver and removing the clip and its spring washer.

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  • Step 3 Unhook the lower retracting spring from the front brake shoe to disconnect it. Spread the shoes apart at the bottom to remove the adjusting screw, the screw's retracting spring and the adjuster lever. Remove the front brake shoe.
  • Step 4 Pull the parking brake cable spring back with diagonal cutting pliers, grip the cable with the pliers without cutting it, unhook the cable from the parking brake lever and remove the rear brake shoe with the lever.

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  • Step 2 Slide the brake shoe assembly--including the shoes and springs--down so you can disengage the top ends of the shoes from the cylinder and tilt them to lift them past the retaining plate.
  • Step 3 Unhook the lower retracting spring from the front brake shoe to disconnect it. Spread the shoes apart at the bottom to remove the adjusting screw, the screw's retracting spring and the adjuster lever. Remove the front brake shoe.
  • Step 4 Pull the parking brake cable spring back with diagonal cutting pliers, grip the cable with the pliers without cutting it, unhook the cable from the parking brake lever and remove the rear brake shoe with the lever.
  • Step 5 Disconnect the parking brake lever from the rear shoe by spreading the retaining clip with a screwdriver and removing the clip and its spring washer.

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  • Step 2 Slide the brake shoe assembly--including the shoes and springs--down so you can disengage the top ends of the shoes from the cylinder and tilt them to lift them past the retaining plate.
  • Step 3 Unhook the lower retracting spring from the front brake shoe to disconnect it. Spread the shoes apart at the bottom to remove the adjusting screw, the screw's retracting spring and the adjuster lever. Remove the front brake shoe.
  • Step 4 Pull the parking brake cable spring back with diagonal cutting pliers, grip the cable with the pliers without cutting it, unhook the cable from the parking brake lever and remove the rear brake shoe with the lever.
  • Step 5 Disconnect the parking brake lever from the rear shoe by spreading the retaining clip with a screwdriver and removing the clip and its spring washer.

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    Jul 17, 2010 | 1995 Ford Contour

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    CAUTION Dust and dirt accumulating on brake parts during normal use may contain asbestos fibers from production or aftermarket brake linings. Breathing excessive concentrations of asbestos fibers can cause serious bodily harm. Exercise care when servicing brake parts. Do not sand or grind brake lining unless equipment used is designed to contain the dust residue. Do not clean brake parts with compressed air or by dry brushing. Cleaning should be done by dampening the brake components with a fine mist of water, then wiping the brake components clean with a dampened cloth. Dispose of cloth and all residue containing asbestos fibers in an impermeable container with the appropriate label. Follow practices prescribed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for the handling, processing, and disposing of dust or debris that may contain asbestos fibers.
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    1. Raise the vehicle and suitably support.
    2. Remove the tire and wheel assembly.
    3. Pull down on the front park brake cable.
    4. Remove the front park brake cable from the park brake cable connector.
      NOTE When using a large C-clamp to compress a caliper piston into a caliper bore of a caliper equipped with an integral park brake mechanism, do not exceed more than 1 mm (0.039 in.) of piston travel. Exceeding this amount of piston travel will cause damage to the internal adjusting mechanism and/or the integral park brake mechanism.
    5. Install a large C-clamp over the top of the brake caliper housing and against the back of the outboard brake pad. Compress the brake caliper piston into brake caliper bore to allow the piston enough clearance to slide the brake caliper off the brake rotor.
    6. Remove the C-clamp.
      NOTE Be sure to plug the opening in the brake caliper and brake hose to prevent fluid loss and/or contamination.
    7. Remove brake hose to caliper bolt attaching the brake hose to the brake caliper.
    8. Remove the brake hose from the brake caliper.
    9. Remove and discard the two copper brake hose gaskets. These gaskets may be stuck to the brake caliper and/or the brake hose end.
    10. Remove the park brake cable bracket from the brake caliper. Leave the park brake cable attached to the cable bracket.
    11. Disconnect the park brake cable from the park brake lever on the brake caliper.
    12. Remove the lower brake caliper pin bolt.
    13. Rotate the brake caliper up.
    14. Remove the brake caliper from the upper brake caliper pin bolt.
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    1. If reusing the brake caliper retainers, clean the sleeves using denatured alcohol, or equivalent.
    2. Lubricate the brake caliper pin bolts with a thin coat of high temperature silicone lube.
    3. Install the brake caliper to the upper caliper pin bolt.
    4. Rotate the brake caliper down over the brake pads into the brake caliper bracket.
    5. Install the brake caliper pin bolts. Tighten the brake caliper pin bolts to 27 Nm (20 ft. lbs.).
    6. Remove the plugs in the brake hose end.
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    7. Assemble the brake hose bolt and the NEW copper brake hose gaskets to the brake hose.
    8. Install the brake hose to caliper bolt to the brake caliper. Tighten the brake hose to caliper bolt to 44 Nm (33 ft. lbs.).
    9. Connect the park brake cable to the park brake lever on the brake caliper.
    10. Install the park brake cable bracket to the brake caliper. Tighten the park brake cable bracket bolt to 43 Nm (32 ft. lbs.).
    11. Install the front park brake cable to the park brake cable connector.
    12. Bleed the brake system.
    13. With the engine OFF, gradually apply the brake pedal to approximately 2 / 3 of its travel distance.
    14. Slowly release the brake pedal.
    15. Wait 15 seconds, then repeat until a firm brake pedal is obtained. This will properly seat the brake caliper pistons and brake pads.
    16. Install the tire and wheel assembly.
    17. Lower the vehicle.

    NOTE The Bosch 2U ABS system cannot increase brake pressure above master cylinder pressure applied by during braking. There is no need to depressurize the system prior to service.
    1. Remove brake fluid from the master cylinder reservoir until the reservoir is approximately 1 / 3 full.
    2. Remove the front wheel. Mark the position of the wheel to the wheel studs, prior to removal, for installation reference.
    3. Install 2 lug nuts to retain the rotor once the caliper is removed.
    4. Using a large C-clamp, bottom the piston in the caliper bore by positioning the C-clamp on the outboard pad and on the round portion of the brake caliper where the piston is housed.
    5. Remove the banjo bolt that fastens the brake hose to the brake caliper. Discard the gaskets.
    6. Cap the brake line to avoid excessive fluid loss or fluid contamination.
    7. Remove the rubber dust boots from the caliper mounting bolt heads (if equipped).
    8. Remove the caliper mounting bolts.
    9. Remove the park brake cable from the caliper.
    10. Remove the caliper from the vehicle.
    11. Remove the brake pads.
    To install:
    1. Install the brake pads. Lubricate the slides where the caliper mounts on the steering knuckle with silicone grease.
    2. Install the caliper over the rotor.
    3. Install the caliper mounting bolts. Torque the mounting bolts to 38 ft. lbs. (51 Nm).
    4. Install the park brake cable.
    5. Install the rubber dust boots over the caliper mounting bolt heads (if equipped).

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      Fig. Measuring the caliper clearance
    6. Check the clearance between the brake caliper and caliper bracket stops. If the clearance is too tight, check the caliper leading and trailing edges for build up. File down as necessary.
    7. Connect the brake hose to the caliper. Install the brake hose banjo bolt, using new gaskets, and torque to 33 ft. lbs. (45 Nm).
    8. Remove the lug nuts used to secure the rotor.
    9. Install the wheel, aligning the reference marks made during removal, and torque the lug nuts to 100 ft. lbs. (140 Nm).
    10. Refill the master cylinder and bleed the brake system using the recommended procedure.
    11. Road test the vehicle and check for proper braking performance

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    3. Lubricate adjuster screw socket, nut, button, and screw thread surfaces with grease or Lubriplate.
    4. Install the parking brake cable to the parking brake lever.
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    7. Install spring on parking brake strut and engage strut in primary.
    8. Install secondary shoe on support plate. See Fig. 42 . Insert strut in shoe and guide shoe onto anchor pin.
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    10. Install cable guide in secondary shoe and position cable in guide.
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    11. Assemble adjuster screw. See Fig. 43 . Then install adjuster screw between the brake shoes.
    12. Install adjuster lever and spring, and connect adjuster cable to lever.
    13. Install secondary shoe retainers and spring.
    14. Install shoe spring. Connect spring to secondary shoe first, then to primary shoe.
    15. Verify adjuster operation. Pull adjuster cable upward, cable should lift and rotate star wheel. Be sure
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    17. Install wheel and tire assembly. See TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS


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    1. Raise and support rear of vehicle, then remove wheel and tire assembly.
    2. Remove brake drum. If brake drum cannot be removed easily, insert a suitable screwdriver through hole in backing plate, then push adjuster lever away from adjuster and back of adjustment tension.
    3. Remove tension spring, using a suitable tool, then remove rear shoe hold-down spring and pin. Remove rear brake shoe and anchor spring, Fig. 7.
      1. On Land Cruiser models, remove front hold-down spring using a suitable tool, then disconnect the parking brake cable from the parking brake bellcrank, Fig. 7.
      2. On Pickup, 4Runner, 4WD T100 and 4WD Tacoma models, remove front shoe hold-down spring and pin, using a suitable tool, then disconnect No. 1 parking brake cable from No. 3 parking brake bellcrank.
      3. On 2WD T100 models, proceed as follows:
        1. Remove E-ring, then automatic adjusting lever and C-washer, then parking brake lever. Disconnect brake line from wheel cylinder using a suitable container to catch fluid.
        2. Remove wheel cylinder. Remove following parts from wheel cylinder: two boots, two pistons, two pistons cups and spring.
      1. On models except 2WD T100, remove front brake with strut, then disconnect parking brake cable from front shoe. Remove parking brake cable No. 2.
      2. Remove adjusting lever spring, then the adjuster from front shoe.
      Inspection
      1. Measure brake drum inside diameter. Inside diameter should be 11.61 inches,
        1. Measure brake shoe lining thickness, Fig. 3. Minimum thickness should be .04 inch on models except on T100 models and .039 inch on T100 models.
        2. Inspect brake lining and drum for proper contact and replace drum or shoes as necessary.
        3. Inspect wheel cylinder for corrosion or damage.
        4. Inspect backing plate for wear or damage.
        5. Inspect bellcrank components for bending, wear or damage.
        6. Apply a suitable lubricant to backing plate contact areas.
        Installation
        1. On 2WD T100 models, proceed as follows:
          1. Apply lithium soap base glycol grease to piston cups, pistons and boots.
          2. Assemble and install wheel cylinder.
          3. Connect brake line to cylinder.
        1. Apply high temperature grease to following parts:
        1. Apply a suitable lubricant to adjuster bolt threads and end.
        2. Assemble adjuster to lever, then install adjuster lever spring.
        3. On Land Cruiser models, install parking brake lever cable to parking brake shoe, then attach cable to bellcrank.
        4. On Pickup, 4Runner, 4WD T100 and 4WD Tacoma models, install No. 1 parking brake cable to parking brake lever shoe, then attach the other side of cable to No. 3 bellcrank.
        5. Position front shoe in place with end of shoe inserted into piston, then install shoe hold-down spring and pin using a suitable tool.
        6. Assemble anchor spring to front and rear shoe, then install rear shoe with end inserted in piston.
        7. Install rear shoe hold-down spring and pin, then the tension spring.
        8. If necessary, adjust bellcrank as follows:
          1. Lightly pull bellcrank in direction "A", Fig. 8, until there is no slack in part "B".
              1. Rotate adjusting bolt until dimension "C" is .016-.031 inch.
              2. Lock adjusting bolt with locknut, when connect parking brake cable to bellcrank.
              3. Install tension spring.
            1. Ensure proper parking brake travel.
            2. Pull adjusting lever cable upward, then release and ensure adjusting bolt rotates. If bolt does not rotate, check for improper installation of rear brakes.
            3. Adjust strut to shortest possible length, then install drum.
            4. Pull parking brake lever fully upward. Repeat process several times.
              1. Remove drum, then check for proper clearance, Fig. 4. Clearance should be .024 inch. If clearance is not as specified, check parking brake system.
              2. Install brake drum, then bleed and refill brake system.
              3. Install wheel and tire assembly, then lower vehicle.

    FRONT ROTORS & PADS
    1. Remove caliper.
    2. Remove cap and snap ring, Fig. 10, then remove cone washers with tapered punch.
    3. Insert suitable length bolts into flange bolt holes, then tighten bolts evenly and remove flanges.
    4. Remove free wheel hub cover and snap ring, then remove nut, spring washer and cone washer with suitable tapered punch.
    5. Remove free wheel hub body and gasket.
    6. Remove locknut, lock washer and adjusting nut.
    7. Remove axle hub and brake disc as an assembly.
    8. Remove oil seal and inner bearing from hub.
    9. Reverse procedure to install. Torque adjusting nut to 43 ft. lbs., then back off nut. Torque nut to 18 ft. lbs. Using spring scale attached to hub bolt, check that preload is 1.4-12.6. Install lockwasher and locknut, if equipped. Torque locknut to 35 ft. lbs., and recheck preload. Secure lockwasher by bending one tab inward and one tab outward.
    1. Raise and support front of vehicle, then remove tire and wheel assembly.
    2. Remove clip and hole pins, Fig. 9.
    3. Remove anti-rattle spring and shim(s) if equipped, then remove brake pads.
    4. Lubricate caliper housing with suitable brake grease at pad contact points.
    5. Reverse procedure to install.

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