Removing the Emergency Brake Cable from a Car

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Craig Hopkins quickly teaches you how to use a clamp and a rubber mallet to remove an emergency brake cable from its holding in the floor of a car body.

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5 Responses to “Removing the Emergency Brake Cable from a Car”
  1. Stevie

    WOW, die Karte ist wunderschön! Diese tollen zarten Farben, mit denen Du das Motiv coloriert hast, finde ich total klGers!LaAndsea

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  2. Mikie

    This is a great idea that I will use from now on!.
    I have fought those fingers for years.
    Thanks for the tip.

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  3. stephen

    3rd time I have seen this or a version of this one in about a YEAR . Getting old guys !!

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  4. Joe Fosko

    Great tip! Another way is to slip a closed end wrench over the fingers and tap the cable out. Just Incase small hose clamps hide like 10mm sockets in your garage too.

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  5. tom

    That’s an excellent tip for the beginner.
    IF the brake cable is being replaced it doesn’t matter if you destroy the cable or not. I just take a screwdriver & twist & break off the three fingers. It doesn’t matter. BUT DON’T do it until the new cable to replace it fits & looks proper.

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