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Just try to push down a little on the e brake pedal and release because if there is a release handle you can only pull it . I had a 2000 Seville and you just push lightly and release the pedal no release handle
Hi.The sls has a automatic release that is suposed io release the e brake w/ the car is put into reverse (however) the vacume valve (by the e brake pedal assy) fails or the vac line comes off, the brake will stay applied.there is a small lever on the e brake pedal mechinism that will release the brake,if you look under the dash by the pedal assy good luck RAY.
IF U SET DOWN ON THE ROCKER PANEL ON THE DRIVERS SIDE AND WITH YOUR RIGHT HAND REACH RIGHT UP TO THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE PARKING BRAKE ASSEMBLY, THEIR IS A LEVER U CAN FEEL (ITS GOT LIKE A LITTLE HANDEL TO THIS LEVER) AND I BELIEVE U PULL IT TO U, THIS IS THEIR INTENTIONAL TO RELEASE THE BRAKE, I HAVE A 97 AND I HIT THE PEDAL WITH MY FOOT SOMETIMES AND THE LIGHT WILL COME ON SO I HAVE TO RESET IT THIS WAY, I THINK TO MUCH FORCE OR OUT OF ADJUSTED BRAKE CABLE WILL CAUSE ALSO. GOOD LUCY TO U..