So I have my Dad's wrangler this week because the alt hasn't come in for the Broodwagon yet. And I start it up this morning, and bring it into my driveway (On a hill). I engage the fresh ebrake, and it holds. I go into the garage to get the broom to sweep it off. I'm in the garage and I hear a "POP". I look out, and the jeep is CRUISING down the driveway. This isn't a slight groaning roll, the ebrake has completely let go, and it's moving backwards at a clip. In it's sights: My neighbor's new Forester. I am running alongside it, I jump on the running boards, swing around the door and jump in. Miss. I've got my upper body in the cab, but my legs are hanging out and the door is closed on them. I consider using my hands. Can't reach. I push the door open and pull myself in and hit the brake as hard as I can. And I'm sliding. Sliding, sliding.. Stopped. I sheepishly open the door and look outside. I'm about 1.5 feet from their car. Then, the killer. The jeep is stuck. Lockers front and rear, goodyear tires. Stuck. I had to lug it out of there in 2nd gear to get it to move. I call my dad (Whos in florida) and he says "Oh yeah, I forgot to tell you about that. The ebrake, when it's on a real hill, disengages about 30 seconds after you engage it." What a piece of shit !