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Your 1999 Ford Taurus might be the best vehicle you’ve ever owned. Or you may just be struggling to keep it highway-approved. No matter the situation, Advance Auto Parts has the Parking Brake Cable product you desperately need.
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From scranton, pa
used this on an 03 f350 with the 6.0 powerstroke, 10.5 sterling rear, single rear wheel. Fit well and not nearly as painful or dramatic as the other reviews here make it sound. my only issue is that the common attachment point for the intermediate cable is crooked. the right cable extends past the left cable about 1". made a spacer to make up the difference in length and all is well. much better than $120 @ the ford dealer
Bottom Line recommended
Good product easy install
Bottom Line NULL
By Paul B.
From Oklahoma City, OK
I bought this as one of the pair of parking brake cables that needed to be replaced on my F350 Superduty. Neither cable fit the truck like it was supposed to. The end that fits on the parking brake fit in the hole. That's the easy part. Then pull the spring back and insert the clipped housing end in the bracket. Release the spring and viola!, the spring is too long. It actually keeps the cable pulled too far and tries to bend into a small arc. Both sides did it, so it isn't a fluke. I thought I could remedy this by hooking it all up and maybe then, the tension in the line would straighten it out. On I plodded and routed the lines and got them up to the frame bracket. Another clip end on the housing that is supposed to just drop into the hole. No dice here either. The rubber washer keeps the clip from going in far enough to engage. Once that was corrected and the lines were in place, I slipped the cables into the connection with the cabe to the parking brake pedal. Wait. Read that again. I slipped them in. Not enough tension on them. So now they are installed and the pedal goes to the floor without ever engaging the parking brake. Now I've either got to replace them with factory ones or find a way to adjust the slack out. These things are not worth the money you save.
Bottom Line not recommended
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