Question about 1997 Mazda Protege
You must make sure that your hand brake cable is retracted all the way, most of the time that is the problem the cable is partially or totally seized and the brake shoes cant come back in place. Or with the help of someone else, push gently the brake pedal and see if the brake cylinder is working, the piston of your cylinder could be seized in the rust .
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