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The 2003 PT cruiser uses brake shoes with the part number: 5018209AA
We need vehicle year, type and model to answer such technical questions. - There is no universal emergency brake, they are all different.
take screws out of lense and pull bulb out.
Can be either. In Scandinavia and Central Europe, right/rear is the normal set-up, but most shops can provide left/rear AKA Moto-style brakes if you ask for it.
It could be, along with broken wires, unplugged connections, failed switches,
If it is a drum brake system, then you will have to remove the wheel ,drum, brake shoes, and hydraulic brake line , then remove and replace the cylinder with a new one re-assemble and bleed the hydraulic brake system
Sound like you have a e-brake cable that is frozen. Take cable off at wheel end and if cable retracts then look inside the brake assemble. If it don't, replace the cable.
96.8 bhp found here http://www.motorcyclecruiser.com/roadtests/super_cruisers_comparison/index.htmlWRONG!!The brake horsepower on this bike is more like 113-118. The rear wheel horsepower is 95-98 depending on several factors. Brake horsepower is measured at the crankshaft, not the rear wheel
The 2011 Toyota Land-Cruiser has 61.1 in. of rear shoulder room.
The 2008 Toyota FJ-Cruiser has 51.0 in. of rear hip room.
The 2002 Toyota Land-Cruiser has 57.9 in. of rear hip room.
The 2014 Toyota FJ-Cruiser has 40.3 in. of rear head room.