Pull the rear rotors,the back side of the rotors has a drum style set of brake shoes, this is the E brake assembly, you will need to clean every thing up and remove shoe (on drum) groove if any, then adjust the star wheel like standard drum style brakes, mine had to be completely replaced @ 50,000 miles. For minor adjustments, the star wheel can be accessed by removing a small rubber cover just below the axle on the rear side of each wheel. To tighten the brake adjustment: chock the wheels, release the parking brake, remove the star wheel cover, and turn the star wheel CCW (from the bottom of wheel towards the upper part of the wheel) with a screwdriver. Tighten each star wheel, then back off one star point. Replace the covers after finished. To test the adjustment, unchock the wheels, pull up parking brake (should go up about 2/3 of total possible travel), place in drive, and check to see if parking brake can hold the car by carefully pushing down on accelerator. The parking brake should keep the car from moving. After this test, park the car on a slight incline, release the brake and place in neutral. The car should roll easily.
its a self adjusting brake. put parking brake where you want it and put in reverse back up to adjust.
There's an access window on the backing plate that's cover with a rubber plug.
It is behind the disk brake rotor.
It is below and to the left of the parking brake pedal.
Underneath the convetible SUV closer to the rear end but before the gas tank, there is a wire and multiple fastners. This wire looks like the one from the brake cable of your huffy. Get a friend to release the parking brake while you tighen it up to your liking.
A 2004 Jeep Liberty uses DOT 3 brake fluid.
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A 2010 Jeep Liberty uses DOT3 brake fluid.
A 2004 Jeep Liberty uses DOT 3 fluid.
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It is located on the rear diff. at the top. The cable for the parking brake crosses close by and messes up the wiring.
either your parking brake is not released all the way or the switch needs adjusting
just behind the leg on the brake peddle
Fill the brake fluid...
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Your handbrake will be adjusted when you have your rear brakes adjusted by a mechanic. You can go to any brake shop and have them clean and adjust your brakes and this will fix the handbrake by doing so.
The emergency or parking brake on 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee operates a set of brake shoes inside a hub on the rear axles, this is incorporated into the disc brake setup.
You have to replace the parking brake handle assembly.
you dont they are selfr adjusting
Are you parking your jeep Down hill/up hill? a good parking brake would fix it. If not the above you may want to check the tranny shift linkage/cable.
You lubricate the slide pins and not the actual rotor.
I believe tyhere was a recall on this. check with dealer