E-Brake Cable Replacement?

Davo53209

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After letting my 94 Civic VX, sit for a year, I've been running into numerous gremlins regarding the rear brake drums. At present, everything component has been removed on both sides for the rear brakes, yet I am still seeing the brake light on the dash.

Additionally, I have loosened the brake cables underneath the parking brake handle; but the brake light still won't turn off from the dash.

Would this indicate that the parking cables are seized and if so, how do I replace them?
 

Mr.Baker

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Additionally, I have loosened the brake cables underneath the parking brake handle; but the brake light still won't turn off from the dash.
Would this indicate that the parking cables are seized and if so, how do I replace them?
That would be my guess. Sitting dormant is one of the worse things for a braking system.
Did the car sit that year with the park brake engaged?
If it did, this is likely your culprit.
 


Davo53209

New Member
That would be my guess. Sitting dormant is one of the worse things for a braking system.
Did the car sit that year with the park brake engaged?
If it did, this is likely your culprit.
Fortunately, no. I had the E-brake handle down the whole time.
 


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