Question about Ford Contour
I had a similar problem with my truck. The Parking brake cables had too much tension. If you have the type with the threads on the cable they need to be backed off. Another type of Parking brake has a reel on the cable inside the car. The reel can have 2 types of adjustment. One has a threaded cable with adjustable nuts and the other is automatic. There is a latch to press to unload the spring and unwind the cable.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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