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electronic hand break
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I've got a 2020 K9 van if it was to brake down or not start etc and needed towing is there a way of taking the electronic hand brake off to tow or bump start etc i have read that other models of cars/vans have a over ridding system on the brake pedal i'm just curious and nothing to do today.
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There's a procedure described in the manual. From memory:

1. Ignition on
2. Shifter to neutral (holding the brake)
3. Hold brake button down for a few seconds.
2021 130hp 1.5 BlueHDi EAT8 L2 XTR Gris Platinum
ex: 2003 1.4i cargo
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(24-10-2022, 01:09 PM)boop Wrote:  There's a procedure described in the manual. From memory:

1. Ignition on
2. Shifter to neutral (holding the brake)
3. Hold brake button down for a few seconds.

my van is a manual gearbox
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There's no difference. Just checked the manual, there is the procedure laid out but it's more complex than the one I used:

1. Engine on
2. Parking brake on
3. Release brake pedal
4. Push parking brake release and hold 10-15 sec
5. Release the button
6. Push and hold brake pedal
7. In 2 seconds pull parking brake towards "on"
8. Automatic brake blocking mode lits up in the instrument panel
8. Release button and brake pedal.

Repeat to revert.
2021 130hp 1.5 BlueHDi EAT8 L2 XTR Gris Platinum
ex: 2003 1.4i cargo
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(24-10-2022, 01:51 PM)boop Wrote:  There's no difference. Just checked the manual, there is the procedure laid out but it's more complex than the one I used:

1. Engine on
2. Parking brake on
3. Release brake pedal
4. Push parking brake release and hold 10-15 sec
5. Release the button
6. Push and hold brake pedal
7. In 2 seconds pull parking brake towards "on"
8. Automatic brake blocking mode lits up in the instrument panel
8. Release button and brake pedal.

Repeat to revert.

thanks for that but that seems to only Deactivating automatic operation part of hit found a pdf manual.

Free-wheeling
In certain situations, you must allow the vehicle
to free-wheel (while being towed, on a rolling
road, in an automatic car wash, or being
transported by rail or sea freight, etc.). 7
The procedure varies according to the type of
gearbox and parking brake.
With a manual gearbox and
electric parking brake
With a manual gearbox
Release procedure
► With the engine running and while depressing
the brake pedal, move the gear selector to the
neutral position.
► While depressing the brake pedal, switch off
the ignition.
► Release the brake pedal, then switch on the
ignition again.
► While depressing the brake pedal, press the
control lever to release the parking brake.
► Release the brake pedal, then switch off the
ignition.
Reverting to normal operation
► While depressing the brake pedal, start the
engine.
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