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Emergency brake won't release, 05 jeep wrangler

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Hello smiversoon, My emergency brake did that too. I had it in for a clamp issue on my exhaust, and the person working on it said that it need replaced, by my honey, he said to just disconnected, I did use it anyways. So if you don't use yours just disconnect or have a new cable installed. Why it won't release I have no answer. But a good Jeep mechanic can tell you. Or if you put on Google search 05 jeep wrangler emergency brake won't release, hit search, I am sure others have similar story and a answer is not far away. Good Luck. Happy Jeepin'

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