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Old 02-09-2014, 04:38 PM   #1
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emergency brake cable removal, also....

trying to remove the rear end from my 04 GT to put in my 03 Cobra... body I bought (both wrecked building one out of 2 cars) the emergency brake cables, and the anti lock sensor cable is my trouble area. I have pulled several fox body rearends but never a disc brake rearend.
I really do not want to destroy anything, I'm gonna need all of my GT parts

so far I have removed the 7 mm headed bolts from the rear of the backing plate, does that switch come out easily I hated to pry on it and possibly break it.

which end of the emergency brake cable should I pull first? end by backing plate or the end at the splitting cable under center of car?
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thanks for all the reply's...lol
I got the rear end out.
some of you may be Master mechanics, and may have worked on these models for 20 years, I haven't therefor why I posted the questions I did.
the search function from my end did not net the first post referring to "emergency brake cable removal", "abs sensor removal". Oh well its out and ready to go in the cobra body (hopefully)
I personally wouldn't be dicking with it if I were rich, hell I would just buy a 2014 Shelby and say f it.
however that is not the case. So I will do what I have to do to make these two cars become one.
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Nobody may have seen your thread, known, or was even online. If you'd like to know how I did it, I unplugged the sensor from underneath the rear seat and snaked it out. For the E-brake cables I just disconnected them from the brake caliper. Yes I know it's too late but you wanted an answer that I'm sure a Google search could also have provided

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