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Old 09-27-2010, 04:07 AM
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My e brake light flashes while I am driving down the road, but if I use my toe to pull up on the pedal it stops. So I was wondering if theres a way to tighten up the pedal? Any info appreciated.
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Hello and welcome to the forum, glad to have you! Interesting problem. How is the pedal when you push it in to engage the E-brake? Someone should be a along soon who can help, so hang in there. In the meantime, any pics of your truck? Have you done any modding to it? Lots of great people and info here, so good luck with that and I hope you enjoy the site!

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Welcome to the forum. Sorry I can't help you with the e-brake pedal issue. I'm sure it's adjustable but I am not sure exactly where. Hopefully one of our Mopar techs will chime in here.
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Welcome to the Z. sounds like you need the cable adjusted. If you have drum brakes, they may need adjusting themselves which could take care of the problem.

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Welcome to the forum,
The most common cause for this...is lack of use. When the park brake is not used, the cable corrodes and binds. Then when you actually use it, it will not return properly, leaving the pedal a little floppy which in turn causes the indicator light to come on. Sometimes you can restore it's operation by simply using the park brake....a lot. If the operation does not restore in a short while, it will likely need some technical assistance a few parts.

Word of caution - If it binds enough, then applying it could cause the rear brakes to stay partially applied while driving. This could lead to damage to the rear brake assembly. If you are unsure, please get it in to someone that knows brakes and have them ensure you are not in the situation where your rear brakes are being damaged.

This forum is full of great looking trucks; packed with great mod ideas and there are loads of knowledgeable and experienced people here.

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