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Emerengency Brake Cable

(1991 Isuzu Pickup)
in Hoodsport, WA on January 16, 2011
The e-brake cable ends in a Y and then the cable go to each wheel. There is a stop nut that looks like a lead weight that goes into a holder. How do I loosen the cable so I can put it back into the holder and then how do I tighten it so I can have my E-brake working again.

Thank you,
David C.
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on January 17, 2011
Hi Patrick Mannion, and to the G Room:

Thank you very much for the response. I'll try the free site due to being broke, and trying to save money to go visit my Dad in FL before he passes away. I did have a problem answred which led me to the same site. Sorry guys but I am broke and thats why I am asking for free help, and doing the DIY.

Dave C.
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