well the part alone, aftermarket, should cost around $50 or so, depends on what you get, and the labour might be an hour, i dont see it taking long than that. now the price always depends on which shop you take it to. some shops charge 50 bucks and hour, some charge 109 bucks an hour, catch my drift.
shop around good luck
you buy new emergency brake cables and put them on. you buy new emergency brake cables and put them on.
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Try adjusting the rear brakes.
To find a shop that does emergency brake repairs, you will need to look in your local Yellow Pages for Emergency repairs. Most emergency repair services cover bumper to bumper services.
First make sure rear service brakes are adjusted properly There should be a small nut located at the side of the emergency brake handle (may have to remove plastic trim to access) Set brake to 3 clicks and wheels should be locked at that position
You can go to any auto repair service or auto shop to get your emergency brakes repaired. Any mechanic can usually repair this service easily and quickly.
drive with it off and have the parking brake inspected for damage.
You should have a spare tire, a working emergency brake, and a first aid kit.
The emergency brake -- and also the stereo, as it distracts drivers too dumb to release the emergency brake.
It should be the back
You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00
The 2001 Kia emergency brake can be adjusted with the emergency brake adjustment bolt. The adjustment bolt will be on the emergency brake pad.