Ford Mustang (1999-2004) Service Manual: Parking Brake Control

Removal

1. CAUTION: If any component in the parking brake system requires repair or if the rear axle housing (4010) is removed, the cable tension must be released.

Place the parking brake control (2780) in the released position.

2. Remove the console.

3. Remove the parking brake control studs.

Parking Brake Control

4. NOTE: Self adjust pawl must be off to allow wind up.

Place the control handle in the fully downward position, then pull the control handle forward to wind-up the self-adjusting mechanism.

Parking Brake Control

5. Insert a steel pin through hole in the lever to the ratchet wheel, then carefully release the spring tension onto the pin.

Parking Brake Control

6. NOTE: Keep tension on the cable so cable end does not fall out of equalizer.

Disconnect the parking brake cable.

Parking Brake Control

Installation

1. NOTE: Make sure cable ends are attached to the equalizer.

Follow the removal procedure in reverse order.

Parking Brake Control

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