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Where can I find a parts diagram for a 2004 Ford F250 hand brake lever mechanism?

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  • Peter Kelly Sep 04, 2010

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    The Truck broke a hand brake cable.The truck was taken to the dealer here in Australia and they fitted the new cable. They said that that something had gone wrong in the ratchet mechanism of the lever and they wanted $2000 for the new lever. It would take 4 weeks ex USA to get here.
    All we found was a broken 4mm steel pin about 12mm long lying on the floor.
    If I could find out where the pin was from, I could get a new one machined up quicker and cheaper than that.

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Hi! You may want to check the bookstores or auto parts stores for a HAYNES or CHILLTONS repair manual. Get a copy for your car and will surely help. Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa!

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Hi, am pretty sure you cannot find this online, but you can try your luck by visiting any Auto zone store around you to see if they have the diagram.

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