Can anyone help as my local garage cant seem to fine the problem. The park brake does not relieve itself when I pull out the leaver it seems to be sticking. Sometimes it just comes on when I am driving , I have to pull in turn off the engine and start all over again. Any ideas the garage changed the cap what ever that was we checked the break fluid also .thanks
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Is the cable working properly ? It could be seized along an area up to the rear brakes. You may have seized hardware at the rear brakes. Or could have worn out park brake pads or shoes. If you have sued the leaver constantly, you may have a stretched cable.
Hi,you need to jack car off the ground,and put selector in refirst and aply hand brake,undo the gear leaver from the gearbox then manualy put the gear selector in park position then ajust selector linkidge so that it will go back on without pulling the gear selector out fom its position,if it dose not pick up park now there must be something wrong with the gearbox.
hope this was some help.
the clicking you hear is the shift interlock releasing this is normal,i just posted a hopfully useful correction about this same concern,check the button on the pedal that the brake switch plunger rests on it maybe cracked hope this helps good luck
The gear selector is locked until the system detects the brake pedal is being pressed, the brake circuit then sends a signal to the shifter release solenoid to pull a pin back and let you shift out of park, this is a safety feature required by federal law, U need to have someone see if the brake lights go on when you press the pedal, if they don't check the switch at the top of the brake pedal, if the brake lights work then the little solenoid is defective.