How To: Fix the E brake on a Chevy Tahoe if the rear back braking plate is replaced

Fix the E brake on a Chevy Tahoe if the rear back braking plate is replaced

The Chevy Tahoe isn't the most reliable vehicle, bless it's heart, and home maintenance skills are a must if you're going to enjoy owning one. If you're replaced the rear brake backing plates recently and noticed the E-brake not working after that, watch this video to learn whether you lost the pin under the adjuster pad and that's causing the problem.

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