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2000 chevy Blazer Emergency brake stuck on. Was

2000 chevy Blazer Emergency brake stuck on. Was able to get them to stop squeeling, by going in reverse, but light is still on. Afraid may have frozen here in Omaha, NE?

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Sounds like a likely possibility, the reverse method definetly did the trick in loosening the brake, but it may still be slightly applied, put it in a warm place when you can, or have a shop look at it indoors, it may need to be re-adjusted, or even just warmed up until the cable frees up again

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