Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Lossen the equalizer nut (looks like a Y with a metal bracket in it) and detach the rear cable or cables from equalizer. Detach the cable casing from the bracket by pressing the tangs of the retainer and passing the cable through the bracket. follow the cable and remove any mounting bracket bolts or clips that may be securing the cable.
For disc brakes, you want to detach the cable from the lever on the parking brake actuator.
For drum, you want to remove the shoes and disconnect the parking brake cable form the lever. Press the tangs on the cable casing retainer and detach the cable casing from the bracket on the backing plate which may require use of needle nose pliers. Then simply remove the cable.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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