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Unread 06-24-2013, 04:12 PM   #1
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1994 FSJ Cherokee 
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E-Break Return Spring?

Hello All,

I am new here and just got my first jeep. It needs some work so the first thing I am going to tackle is the e-break. So the button came off and I took the assembly off to work on it. No problem getting the button back on and working, but here is the problem. When I press the button it pushes the lever up to release but nothing is making it return. I am thinking that there is a return spring missing but want to make sure this is what I am missing so I can go out and get the correct part. Can someone please let me know if I am correct or it is something else. Thank you in advance...

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