Date: Wed, 17 Nov 1999 22:44:39 -0800
From: poonjab <saabhabitsNOsaSPAMnopsamcom.invalid>
Subject: Re: Emergency Brake Tightening

here's your answer, the mechanic tweeked it cause he hasn't a clue he didn't test it after the repairs, here's what you do it's rather simple the middle console comes out it may have 4 screws holding it in after you remove it you'll see the cables there should be 2 on each side at the back side you'll see 2 bolts for adjusting the emergency breakpull the emergency break where you'd like it to be. dont have your foot on the breaks, make sure you adjust them both the same tension so both will work(my question about it has always been why are the emergency brakes on a front wheel drive vehicle on the front wheels????) but that will solve your problem, it's rather simple, make sure you take the pieces apart right dont rip it out there's like 3 parts to the middle consolefind all the right bolts. * Sent from RemarQ The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free!

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