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Ran an errand today and used the parking brake as I always do. When I engaged it there was a very loud pop. I release and reset it, then after driving home, reset it twice more with no problem. Any idea what is was/could be?

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Cable could of bound up or partially snapped.
I would look under the car at your cable.
Hope this helps.

Larry

Posted on Mar 25, 2011

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