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Old 06-02-2012, 03:56 PM   #1
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E brake came disconnected

Put 13" drilled and slotted Baer brakes on the front and rear of the car a few weeks ago. Fronts went on just fine and work great, but Baer gives you new mounting brackets for the rear calipers to mount up to the larger rotor now, even though it's just a couple inches larger, it looks twice as big and you have to use a pry bar to pull the caliper over the rotor. Heres the problem when you have stretch the caliper that far now to go over the rotor, some how the e brake came disconnected in the process. I've pulled the wheels back off to look for where it's disconnected from and everything looks fine, I tore apart the center console to look at the brake lever up there and everything looks fine so I'm at a stand still. Anybody ever had this happen and how do you fix it. Plus with it disconnected also when I go over bumps in the road it makes a squeaking noise that sounds like it's coming from under the center console.
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