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I can not get the back brakes to lock on when i pull the hand brake on. i drive a renault master dci90, i have replaced all the cables and pads.

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Probably need to readjust the parking brake cable.

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1. Hand Brake ON , loosen wheel bolts to hand tight, jack up front wheel , chock back wheels , put axle stands/blocks in place (just in case) .

2. Remove wheel. Disconnect pad wear wire , it pulls out of the connector.

3. Remove lower caliper bolt (at the back of caliper at the bottom) , need a 13mm ring spanner for head of bolt and 17mm to stop it spinning

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