Question about 1996 GMC Suburban
I am not a car repair person at all, but with help, can hopefully avoid a costly repair. I have a 1996 Suburban and the cable that releases the emergency brake when you pull the handle broke during our fabulous snow storm. I can release the emergency brake manually (I looked underneath at where the cable probably went and was able to pull on a part that released the brake). Is the cable an easy item to find and more importantly, is it easy to install? I'm so in the habit of setting the emergency brake and am now pulling on the broken handle to release the brake. Help! Thanks!
Somewhat easy to replace. The part is a dealer item (purchase only from Chevrolet dealer) If you are going to do this yourself, take many photos on the progression of the job to refer back to when putting it back together. Good Luck!
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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