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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Handbrake Adjustment
On the Toyota, you can do it two ways: The easiest is to push in on the release button on the lever and move the lever up and down twenty or thirty times while the vehicle is slowly moving forward. A long driveway or parking lot is best for this. Or, there is an adjusting nut at the end of the park brake cable under the handle. If you pull the handle up, you should be able to see it down inside the center console on the bottom side of the handle. Turn the nut clockwise a turn or two.
The daewoo is anyone's guess. I've never even seen one.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
most of the time it is underneth the car look under on both back wheels you will see cables about the thickness of your finger follow them up to roughley the middle of the car they will both meet on like a t bar with 1 nut this is the nut that you tightern but you have to do this with the hand brake off so make sure you are on flat serfise and all wheels are chocked up so it wont roll while you are under it,, saftey first
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
Check the rear brakes for excessive travel. Rear brake shoe adjustment is important to the park brake travel. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
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