Hi, Still having problems with brakes on my 2006 Sedona (new shape) with the brakes binding. Murphwiz told me there was a problem with the servo on early models, and the actuating rod in the servo needs adjusting to allow a bit more free play in the brake pedal. Done a bit of ferreting around and managed to get a copy of the Kia directive about this and the adjustment needed is 1 - 2 mm (shortening I presume)Through a friend of a friend who is a Kia dealer salesman, he has spoken to the service department and the adjustment can be done by removing the master cylinder (2 nuts), no need to disconnect brake pipes, and adjusting the rod in the servo. What I can't find out is how to adjust it - is there a slot in the end of the rod - or an allen socket, that can be turned to adjust it. I have a CD manual that shows a special tool but it looks more like a depth gauge to measure the adjustment as opposed to doing the adjustment - any ideas please.