I had the same problem and fixed it. If you look underneath the car, about a foot in from the drivers side, about underneath the drivers seat, you should see the parking break/emergency break cable. Theres a bolt like deal with two nuts on it, loosen one nut, and then thighten the other to the tension you want the cable at, then tighten that other nut and that nut will keep the other nut in place (yes sounds confusing
). Once youre down there its easy to figure out. It took me two trys to get it to the tension i liked. It should take 10 minutes to do, i used two small size crecent wrenches to do it.
hope this helps
1999-2007: ___1988 Bonneville LE LN3 (Vin C) @ 273,000 miles
and still going strong (<-Faded sun fried grayish ie needs paint)
2007-Present: ___1993 Bonneville SE L27 @ 210,000
Speeding around So Cal (<-Beautiful Forest Green)
Mods: Sylvania Silver Star headlamps. Remote start system with pageing device. K&N air filter. Tranny Cooler. High-flow cat with Magnaflow muffler. Full Class II hitch setup.