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Old 05-29-2008, 06:17 AM   #1
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My Emergency Brake pedal will sometimes release on its own. I have pushed it all the way down and it seems to catch but on occasion I will be parked and I will hear a loud bang and sure enough the emergency brake pedal will be released.

Is there an adjustment for the pedal?

This does not happen often but did last weekend while I was outside of the coach after parking. Had the jacks down and slides out.

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My Emergency Brake pedal will sometimes release on its own. I have pushed it all the way down and it seems to catch but on occasion I will be parked and I will hear a loud bang and sure enough the emergency brake pedal will be released.

Is there an adjustment for the pedal?

This does not happen often but did last weekend while I was outside of the coach after parking. Had the jacks down and slides out.

Thanks,
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Old 05-29-2008, 06:27 PM   #3
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The problem is most likely in the return spring area on the release lever. It may not be ingaging the gear properly.
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