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Well, got the car yesterday and the E-brake doesn't seem to hold tight enough.

I have to press to completely to the floor to get it to catch, and even then its still doesn't lock the brakes well. It seems to be ok to catch rearward, but frontward sucks..

Any easy fix for this??
 

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Heh, I try to keep it out of the hands of the dealership as much as possible. :D

If its simple, I'd much rather do it myself, but thanks for the input either way!! :D
 

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Heh, I try to keep it out of the hands of the dealership as much as possible. :D
Yeah, the last time I picked up my car from the dealer for a tire balance (because they didn't balance it the first time when they charged me for it) I found that the driver door panel was off, sweet. :highfive:
 

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Well, got the car yesterday and the E-brake doesn't seem to hold tight enough.

I have to press to completely to the floor to get it to catch, and even then its still doesn't lock the brakes well. It seems to be ok to catch rearward, but frontward sucks..

Any easy fix for this??
No problem! Just install an aluminum racing e-brake cover and that bitch won't move till you tell it to!
 

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Uhh, yeah.. I won't be messing with that! Thanks for the find Tony Show!.. I'd give you those points thing if I knew how! :D
 
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