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I parked my 1998 Ford Ranger outside last night during a huge snow storm and I left the parking brake on. I think its frozen, how do I fix the problem?
 

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Pull the brake release. :) j/k crawl under there and see if you can see where it may be frozen at and use a heat gun to warm it up. Or try to get it inside a garage and let it warm up for a few hours.
 

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I had that happen on my ranger a couple of times, the reverse back and forth always worked.
 

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threshershark said:
Look for a Chev or Dodge with one of these in the receiver hitch:
The funny thing is my whole family including me are chevy/gmc people, but for some reason we got a ford dont ask me why.
This is my dream truck
 

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In the field, you might not be able to exercise the other (better) options.
Wrap a hitch ball or hammer in a towel, and whack it a couple of times at the bracket. My roommates Bronco II does the same thing.
 
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