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What would cause the emergency brake on a 1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse to get stuck in the on position and would it be easy to fix?

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2009-01-19 00:36:12
2009-01-19 00:36:12

it could be a seized caliper piston, in cold weather it could be frozen, or the cable is seized up, depending on whats wrong it should be fairly simple, unless its a seized caliper piston, that may be a little hard it could be a seized caliper piston, in cold weather it could be frozen, or the cable is seized up, depending on whats wrong it should be fairly simple, unless its a seized caliper piston, that may be a little hard

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