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How do I release the emergency brake? There isn't a release lever between the seats.

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Pull the knob on the dash

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I'm guessing that when you pull the release handle it moves, but nothing happens.
Odds are that whay has happened is that the cable has come out of the release lever, Or, the cable sheath has slipped out of its retaining slot.
Either way, you have two things to do:
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