How to Replace Parking Brake Cables 00-07 Volvo V70

How to Replace Parking Brake Cables 00-07 Volvo V70

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In the video, 1A Auto shows how to replace the parking brake cables. The video is applicable to the 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07 Volvo V70

🔧 List of tools used:
• Pry Bar
• 10mm Socket
• 11mm Socket
• 12mm Socket
• 14mm Socket
• 19mm Socket
• Needle nose pliers
• Needle nose pliers
• Torque Wrench
• Anti-Seize Grease
• Block of Wood
• Brake Fluid
• Brake Parts Cleaner
• Cloth Rags
• Copper Anti-Seize
• Painter’s Tape
• Rust Penetrant
• Wire or String
• 7mm Allen Wrench
• Center Punch
• Drain Pan
• Hammer
• Large C-Clamp
• Wire Brush

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ioan halmaghiu says:

Bravo , adevarat tutorial , multumesc !

Andy Nicholls says:

This is as good as it gets, you saved me a ton of time and broken trim clips! My 6 speed 2004 manual has 1 extra screw holding down the console and you didn't say that I would need a vacuum cleaner to remove half the kindergardens sandpit when I lifted the seats, otherwise perfect!!! Thank you!

Chris Namaste says:

22:58 The hardest part of the job….

KristapsJJ says:

I've got a question. Is my car really messed up or is it normal? So, when I disconnect the A/C unit, the thing with which you regulate temperature of the interior. Interior lights, exterior lights , and turn signals stop working. Also power windows don't work. In my opinion A/C has nothing to do with all of those things

KristapsJJ says:

Can I put copper anti seize there instead of caliper grease or silicone paste 22:05?

Lars Eriksson says:

fantastic video

Keith Cameron says:

I know it has been mentioned on other comments, but this video was great. Now of course I'm completely frightened off this project until the onset of much warmer weather. I'd let her work on my car any day. Awesome job young lady. Your employer should be proud of you.

Daniel Higgs says:

Thank you sooooo much! I was simply replacing pads and hardware on the parking brake but it fought me all the way. Your video was so much help, especially the trick of using the shoe for leverage when installing the heavy spring.

Wm Edmis says:

I followed this and all went well. Thanks. I was able to keep my old cables. The shoes were the originals from year 2006 so they had rusted and de-laminated probably several years ago!

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