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Old 06-24-2009, 05:01 PM
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Has anyone had any trouble with their E brakes? Mine doesnt really work. The rear brakes are sticking and are totally uneven. Whats up?
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Re: Brakes

the rears have two different braking assemblies; the rear calipers, and the e-brake assembly. figure out if they're sticking from the e-brake or calipers.
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Re: Brakes

I believe it is the Ebrake sticking because when i release it, and then go to pull up on it again it is rater loose. Shouldnt there be some pull back from it when i go to use it? It isnt totally flimsy but it is kind of just sitting there for the first 2 inches of pull.

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Re: Brakes

i need to find out how to tighten my ebrake..thanks for remembering me
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i need to find out how to tighten my ebrake..thanks for remembering me
tighten your e-brake...theres a special slot on ya rear rotors tighten that i forgot what tool you use and you should be good to go
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Re: Brakes

^^cool thanks...i saw last night on the manual that i need to take off my center console and tighten a nut..??uhh i have to confirm that
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^^cool thanks...i saw last night on the manual that i need to take off my center console and tighten a nut..??uhh i have to confirm that

you do have to take out your center console and adjust the nut. there isn't a slot in the back of the rotor to adj them. im reading this right out of the honda service manual.
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Re: Brakes

Center console isn't all that hard to remove, still be patient with taking it off.

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Screws are the same on the driver side. there's some other stuff underneath, but not about to take that out right now.
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