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Engine running--when i engage parking brake it creeps forward how do I adjust

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Your brake pads are probably spent or you need to adjust them....usualy behind the rear passanger tire...lol
turn the nut clockwise justa half turn...put the tire on and try again...this prosses is very painstaking because most of these machines its hard getting to this nut with the tire on

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