The hand brake cable connect the hand brake lever to the leaving brakes to prevent the vehicle from moving downhill. Frayed or broken handbrake links are hazardous and must be supplanted. On the off chance that the link is seized or exhausted, the parking brake may quit working and cause the vehicle to move on a slope with the leaving brake locked in. In different cases, a clingy brake link may not deliver completely, causing one or both back brakes to be halfway connected with and "drag" or even overheat while driving. When parking brakes are not completely delivered, it seems like the vehicle isn't moving uninhibitedly. At times you may see squeaking commotions from one or both back brakes when driving. The back wheel where the stopping brake isn't delivered completely may likewise show up exorbitantly hot. The stopping brake handle or pedal may likewise show up excessively close or too free when worked. An appropriately working stopping brake must draw in with a couple of snaps of the switch or pedal and delivery completely when the pedal or switch is delivered. The quantity of snaps is normally recorded in the investigation technique in the production line service manual for professionals.