I know of no specific Hyundai recommendation. I like to be able to feel
the shoes actually begin to provide some friction about the second click
or so. That way I know it's reasonably tight and that the shoes aren't
rubbing when the brake handle is all the way down. Then I don't really
worry about where the handle ends up when fully engaged. That'll be
wherever is necessary to provide enough force to keep the car from
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