Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Follow the brake cable near the rear brakes and where the Y is loosen the locking nut and then unscrew the Y so that it is loose, that is turn the nut counter clockwise to loosen both sides f the cable. Also check that the E brake cables are not broke inside of the cable housing.
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