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Has anyone else noticed that if you park on an incline and put the Palisade into PARK the parking brake will be automatically applied. Park on a more level surface and you must take action to set the parking brake.
 

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If you’re belted it will automatically disengage when you shift out of Park and accelerate. It’s not a velvety smooth function, but it does work.
 

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Hmmm. I tried this in reverse and it did not release. I did not accelerate hard, but it clearly did not release.
 

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There was a previous thread discussing the electronic parking brake, if you'd like to read some additional comments:
 

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Has anyone else noticed that if you park on an incline and put the Palisade into PARK the parking brake will be automatically applied. Park on a more level surface and you must take action to set the parking brake.
Yes I have, I'm a parking brake user so I like the feature. Does anyone know if there is a setting to have the emergency brake come on when the vehicle if placed in park (automatically)?
 

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Yes I have, I'm a parking brake user so I like the feature. Does anyone know if there is a setting to have the emergency brake come on when the vehicle if placed in park (automatically)?
See owners manual 5-24 thru 5-33 and it will explain how system works.
 

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See owners manual 5-24 thru 5-33 and it will explain how system works.
I am reading but I can not make it work. My wife's sonata does it automatically when the car is parked at the driveway mine not. In the beginning, I thought that her car doing that was annoying but once I got my Palisade I realized that is a lot better than putting the Palisade in parking and feel the SUV going back and stopping with a gear from the transmission.

Does anyone figure out how to force the palisade to do it automatically when you park on a hill?

I read that some other people experiencing this automatically.
 

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Why wouldn’t you want the parking brake to automatically engage?

coming from driving manuals my whole life I always set the parking brake regardless of incline or decline - always.
 

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My last manual transmission was back in 1987. I have never used them on any automatic transmission vehicle and am so not used to having to release the thing that it's annoying. I have one place I park that has a very slight decline and it sets the EPB every time. And I hate it. And when I had the manual transmission car, I decided when I wanted to apply the parking brake. I didn't apply it all the time with that car either. I can see a recommendation popping up asking if I wanted to set the EPB. But let me make the decision.
You don’t have to release the EPB. Press the gas pedal and it’ll release automatically. You must have your seatbelt on though or it won’t do it automatically.

And really, with a manual transmission, you didn’t always use the parking brake? Did you always leave it in gear or something? Otherwise anyone could have rolled your car onto a flatbed and stolen it. That’s just crazy.
 

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Hmmm. I tried this in reverse and it did not release. I did not accelerate hard, but it clearly did not release.
I thought that too. Then I read from another post that just said, give it the gas. I did and the break released.
 

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What if putting it in drive and pressing the accelerator pedal to release the EPB is wrong and are damaging the EPB? The manual does not mention this as a way of releasing the EPB. When the EPB is damaged and the service people ask how you release the EPB and you tell them how you've been doing it, they could say that's not how the manual says to do it and the warranty is null and void. I'll just keep pressing on the EPB Switch when the brake is set.
 

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I can confirm that the EPB engages when you park on a hill, not on my driveway like my wife's sonata but engage. To release the EPB you have 2 options, accelerate or push the EPB.
 
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