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If it has rear drum brakes, it's under the car, where the handbrake cable emerges from inside the car. If it has rear disk brakes, there is addition adjustment inside the rear disks on the handbrake shoe mechanism. This adjustment should be carried out before attempting to adjust the cable.
It is very easy to adjust the handbrake on a Vectra C. All you need to do is remove the rear console and release the handbrake. Under the handbrake is a cable with a white end fitting, push down the end fitting onto the plastic locking device. Then pull the lever and it will be adjusted.
no as it is hydrolic and these sort of clutches are non adjustable were as cable clutches you could adjust them.
Cable underneath has a nut(s) to adjust.
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In order to adjust a handbrake on a 1992 VW Polo, you will need to locate the primary cable under the hood of the vehicle. This runs through a pulley on the rear axle to a relax lever. This particular wire needs to be tightened to adjust the handbrake.
the handbrake cable splits into two under neath the car. To adjust the handbrakes, alter the adjusting bold ratio at the bottom and on both sides of the car.... You can also remove the cover off the handbrake cable and tighten to size 10 bold that links the cable to the mechanisim inside the car
Take off the centre section of the exhaust and the heat shield and behind them you will see the handbrake cable, were the cable goes from two into one there is an adjustment nut to tighten it. Think its 13MM. turn it towards the front of the car to tighten the handbrake. If you have rear drum brakes you could also adjust the handbrake by pushing the shoes out a few clicks but that involves opening the drums and is more complicated.
If there is a chance the normal brakes may not work properly to stop the vehicle the handbrake cable on the rav4 2002 needs to be changed. Adjust the emergency brake, or handbrake, using a wrench or screwdriver. Turn until the brake line becomes tighter.