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Parkng brakes on 1998 nissan frontier are frozen. happened after 10 incehes of snow and temps in the mid teens

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Check your brake line especially ur e barke cable could be iced up try and brake some of the ice on it if it has any and spray some dw40 on cable and calipers. good luck

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