Parking Brake cables, R&R
pcschulz at comcast.net
Tue Sep 20 19:03:32 EDT 2005
My bad, my digipics show that I DID remove exhaust, but I have done it
before w/o removing it.
At 06:48 PM 9/20/2005, Peter Schulz wrote:
>Good news is that you DON'T have to drop the exhaust. What you need are
>some long-handled needle nose pliers to remove the parking cables from the
>I found that I had to remove the cross member and heat shield - remove the
>nuts and completely remove the cross member, remove the nuts holding the
>heat shield and pull it to the front of the car.
>The pivot is offset to one side - take note of that before removing the old
>cable. There are also two clips that hold the cable casing ends near the
>pivot - I found that I could remove them by using a "cats paw" and pulling
>I'll look for some digipics and send them to you....
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