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Old 02-04-2013, 01:30 PM   #1
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I have 02 focus all new brake front an back drums on rear e brake does not hold calbes in good cond . I have tried what hayes book said ,try pullin the ebrake up an down as I back slowly don't help . Any help is welcome


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Adjusting the e-brake is easy. I have had to do this myself a couple of times. Here is a good How-To on the subject >>Click here<< Good luck! Also I am moving this to "General Technical Chat".
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Ty you Don I'll give it a try when the snow stops lol .If this does not do the trick what else should I look for .
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Any info for one equipped with an arm rest? Just another bolt holding down the rear side or is it pretty much the same?
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Hmmmm i might have to do this to my car
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Adjusting the e-brake is easy. I have had to do this myself a couple of times. Here is a good How-To on the subject >>Click here<< Good luck! Also I am moving this to "General Technical Chat".


You only need to remove one part. The e-brake leather cover from the front side of the car first. Pop up and off the leather cover and remove. You can easily access the nut to adjust. Re-install the e-brake leather cover. For arm rest equipped and non arm rest equipped ford focus.

I wrote that as a comment in the link you provided
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