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2013 Ford Fusion Parking Brake Deactivation

For more tips and information on servicing your customer's Ford Fusion, visit Garage Gurus.

Before servicing the rear brakes on your customer's 2013 Ford Fusion, you have to deactivate the electronic parking brake. Master Technician Mark Isaac of Garage Gurus demonstrates how to properly turn off the electronic motor that applies the parking brake.

Mark takes you through each step from turning the system off to reactivating it once you are done servicing the brakes. Helpful shots of the dashboard lights ensure you have the knowledge you need. Count on Garage Gurus to help you get your customer's vehicle repair done right.

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To learn more about brake repair, check out these videos from the experts at Garage Gurus:

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  • Brake Diagnostics & Service
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