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Old 11-01-2013, 07:24 PM
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Default Broken Plastic E-brake handle (AGAIN)

I've got an 09 1500 and was wondering if anyone else has had a problem with breaking their plastic e-brake handle. I've broken mine twice, and was hoping someone had a better solution than just using more cheap plastic.
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Are you having to really pull on it hard to release the e-brake? It should only take very light pressure to do so. Sounds like you need the cable adjusted/fixed.
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^^This. Very little pressure should be required to release the parking brake.
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No. Just jump in and pull it. I put the brake on every time I stop. And pull it with a fairly quick tug same as every other truck I've owned or driven. Mechanic at dealer said it happens a lot on late models. Just assumed it was a bigger problem. I'm very far from a dealer on an island, so I can't just drop by. Just hoping someone else has an idea. I'm gonna fashion something low budget (ugly probably) just to sort it out for now.
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My '09 emergency brake release is so touchy, that i can release it with a light touch of my fingers
it has 97,000 miles on it
I set the E brake before i put the Ram into the Park position when on any grade, on flat land i set it after i put it into Park
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