1986-1993 Acura Integra Make Parking Brake Adjustments

Make parking brake adjustments to your 1986 to 1993 Acura Integra from the inside. You still need to raise the rear of your car to test the wheels. When you have the right tools, this adjustment saves you time and money because you avoid the mechanic. Adjust your car's parking brake when your car starts to slip out of park position on a slope.

Tools Used: Jack and jack stands, Tire iron, Screwdriver

Make Parking Brake Adjustments

Raise the rear of your Acura Integra with a jack and support the rear wheels with jack stands.

Remove the back of the console that covers the parking brake lever. Locate the parking brake lever inside your Acura Integra between the driver's seat and the front passenger seat.

Pull up on the parking brake lever one notch. Adjust the nut inside the console cover with your screwdriver or pliers until there is tension when the rear wheels spin around.

Release the parking brake lever with your hand to the floor. Make sure the wheels spin free now.

Lower your Acura Integra with the jack and remove the jack stands from the rear wheels. Pull your parking brake lever to 6 to 11 notches, when adjusted properly.

Tips & Warnings

If you do not have tools to raise up the rear of your car, adjust the parking brake lever nut and then test out the car by parking it on a slope.

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