Question about 1991 Pontiac Sunbird
When I bought my car, I didn't realize that the e-brake wasn't working, the car was parked on a flat surface when I pulled it up. It didn't move, so I assumed that it worked. Without going to a repair shop and spending loads of money, could I fix this myself? Any advice will be appreciated. Thanks!
Seize cable you have to change them that mean removing the rear brake you need to know what our doing our dealing with brake there no saving there good luck pierre
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