I have a 91 and since I've owned it my park break.
I replaced it yesterday with what seemed like adjusting it correctly.
I was wrong!
Heres the problem, when I replaced the cables the brake still doesn't work.
in fact it even made my foot brake weak until its pumped back up..
I have replaced one of the two calipers(10mo ago) and both rears w ceramics(10mo ago).
As long as I don't pull up on my handle my foot break is fine.. when I pull my handle(at any time stop or running) up my foot pedal is weak..
Now we took it back apart today. No matter how the cable is adjusted it still does not activate the park brake. Even if you grab the leaver on the caliper and manually pull the part on the caliper, it still allows the wheel to spin. so somehow the park brake doesn't work even if the cables are adjusted correctly. My brake fluid is fine and doesn't change(level) at all.
Toyota doesn't answer without of course BRING IT IN.
What is the problem? can anybody answer me on how to adjust this or what am I missing here. My buddy that is helping me works on cars daily and he's perplexed. I'm tired of not having a park brake and now it seems to be affecting my foot brake.
Thanks for anyones help,