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How to set up brake
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is the park brake adjusted properly? u should start to feel resistance on the 3rd click of the brake ratchet, if u don't it need adjustment.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
with a trailer on that has eletric brakes, while pulling the trailer activate the brake controller and adjust it till the tire dont lock up but remember that as the weight goes up you will need to increase the the setting on the brake controller
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
you may have over looked the vacuum line for the cruise control that hooks up to or close to brake booster hope this helps you out..sincerely D.Jones
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
Look at how the brake handle engages the dogs for the brake actuating mechanism (kinda looks like a three bladed propeller).
Make it clear inside your head which way it has to turn to release the brake. Get two 1/4 inch by 2 inch or so bolts and clamp them in a vise so they are spaced in such a way as to slip in between the dogs on the actuator. Not too deep...just deep enough to grab them.
Place the housing over the bolts and in between the dogs of the actuator and turn the actuator in the desired direction. There is a fair bit of pressure so be sure which way your are turning it. It should rotate then suddenly release as it cams over. Voila....brake off!
Assemble as per normal.
Posted on Dec 07, 2010
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Climb under the driver's side of the dashboard with a flashlight and box wrench set.
Shine the flashlight on the Windstar's brake pedal arm to illuminate the brake switch. Unplug the brake light circuit connector from the brake switch.
Unbolt the Windstar's brake switch from its mounting bracket with the box wrench set.
Bolt the Windstar's replacement brake switch onto the bracket with the box wrench set.
Plug the brake light circuit connector into the brake switch
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