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Old 07-21-2010, 07:23 AM
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Can anyone tell me the easiest way to adjust the parking brake on my 02 Rodeo? Recently had my rear brakes and rotors replaced by a friend who said he had a hard time getting the rotors off and that he had to mess with the emergency brakes to get the new rotors on. Now my parking brake doesn't work very well. Can anyone help me please?
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Vehicle Level Brakes and Traction Control Parking Brake System Parking Brake Lever Service and Repair Service and Repair

  1. Remove rear console (1).
  2. Disconnect switch connector (2).
  3. Remove bolt (3).
  4. Remove adjust nut and lock nut (4).
  5. Pull out equalizer (6) from trunnion pin (5).
  6. Disconnect trunnion pin (5) from parking brake lever (8).
  7. Disconnect parking brake rear cable (7).
  1. Apply grease (BESCO L-2 or equivalent) to the connecting portion of the rear cable (7) and equalizer (6).
  2. Connect parking brake rear cable (7) to equalizer
  3. Install trunnion pin (5) to parking brake lever (8).
  4. Insert equalizer (6) into trunnion pin (5) and tighten adjust nut and lock nut (4).
    1. Tighten the parking brake lever fixing bolt (3) to the specified torque. Torque: 15 Nm (11 ft. lbs.)
    2. Connect switch connector (2).
    3. Install rear console (1).

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