Date: 12 Mar 2005 11:39:32 -0500
From: morseman21 <>
Subject: Re: Re: Replacing The 9000's Emergency Brake Cable

"Valjean1" wrote: > Wait, there are two cables that I know of, so why couldn't one > of them be > off some way? I know the right side didn't work because, with > the parking > brake on, the left wheel turned and the right one didn't... > > I know there could be another cause besides the cable, but the > age of the > car causes me to ask about changing it, as I get into the > problem. > > <> wrote in message > > > You don't make sense. The parking brake either works or > doesn't. How > > do you know the right side doesn't work? > > I have a 1991 Saab 9000, 2.0 16v I need to tighten the parking break cable so I can pass the Swedish saftey inspection. I am an American living in Sweden and I call it the emrgency break; just for the record. Can anyone give me a simple answer as to where I can find or how to tighten this cable so the pull lever dosenít go so high when I pull on the brake? Thanks for any help. Dude, I wouldínt replace that whole cable, sounds like suicide to me. -- Posted using the interface, at author's request Articles individually checked for conformance to usenet standards Topic URL: Visit Topic URL to contact author (reg. req'd). Report abuse:

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