Ok, my e-brake has never worked very well, so I decided to try and adjust it. Well, of course, the Chilton's manual I have shows a completely different setup than what is under my Blazer! Basically I have the following setup (and I am hoping that others here do also!): The main cable comes from the parking brake pedal in the cab. It goes all the way back, through the "adjuster" mechanism (but it doesn't stop there, just goes through it), and back to the left rear drum brake. At the "adjuster", the cable for the right rear drum starts and goes to that drum. Ok, so when I turned the adjuster mechanism, ONLY the right rear brake locked up! The left drum does not increase in drag at all... so, is it that my cable is too far stretched? The picture in the book shows a system that the cable from the e-brake pedal goes to the adjuster, then it splits there into two cables, one left and one right. I don't have this... My friend suggested that I cut the cable between the adjuster and the e-brake pedal and use a turnbuckle setup, that way I could adjust the cable from there, and it would thereby adjust both the left and right drums. There is no adjustment on the pedal, that is why he suggested this...can anyone tell me what to do??