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Old 05 Nov 2011, 02:31 am
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Default How to adjust emergancy brakes on 96 honda civic?

How to adjust emergancy brakes on 96 honda civic?
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Old 05 Nov 2011, 02:46 am
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Link on the bottom shows you how to adjust the E-brake on your civic.































www.wikiautorepair.org
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there should be a turn buckle under the drivers side and a nut you turn to make it tighter or looser.
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Don't touch the e brake adjuster. Adjust the star wheel in the rear drums and this should adjust the e-brake. Normally, you don't have to adjust the e-brake cables.
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