Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2002 09:08:06 -0500
From: "g c" <>
Subject: Re: 1992 900 handbrake adjustment

Thanks Keith! They seemed very competent, and have worked on a few Saabs, but that wrinkle may have escaped them - the handbrake hadn't been effective for months before the pads were replaced, but should have been afterwards if they really knew what they were doing! So I guess the answer is nope! I followed the link, but the 4mm Allen adjuster isn't clearly located - I'm assuming its on the back of the calliper opposite to the piston, probably centre of the lever to which the handbrake cable is attached. I'm also assuming that the handbrake cable can most easily be adjusted from inside the car - at least in our snow and no garage! any thoughts? "KeithG" <> wrote in message news:a3m5ca$msq$ > Were the pads replaced at a shop that 'knows saabs'? If not, the adjuster on > the caliper was probably not set at the time the pads were replaced. See the > link. > > KeithG > > > > > "g c" <> wrote in message > news:OlD68.32161$ > > The handbrake on my 1992 900 turbo convertible isn't very effective. I had > > the rear pads replaced recently, but that didn't improve the handbrake > > grip - it has to be pulled all the way up, and then only grips a bit!. Any > > advice, adjustment to make, things to check, sources of information? > thanks! > > > > > >

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