Question about Park Disc Brake Caliper Tool Kit
If there is not a release lever then maybe its a "Press to release style" try lightly stepping down on it again to see if it releases.
Note: Do not drive your car with the E-brake engaged, it will at the least wear out the rear brakes and at most (in extreme cases)cause the brake surfaces to get extremely hot and warp, and possibly cause a fire.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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