HOW HARD IS IT TO CHANGE THE E BRAKE CABLES?
2000 Chevrolet Impala • 286,000 miles
My car has rear disc brakes and needs all cables.
June 29, 2012.
June 29, 2012.
Shouldnt be too hard you jus have to find where the cable exits the car and run the cable.
That would depend on your technical and mechanical capabilities. It is more of a remove and install job, only thing you need to note is to get the cable adjustment right.
It shouldnt be that hard you just have to unhook it from the ebrake push the cable groument thru the floor pan and run it to the calipers.
Thanks KHLow2008 that was the answer I was pretty much looking for now is there any special tools I would need.
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