North American Turbocoupe Organization



Parking brake cable+Spring-loaded lever?
TCKen Offline
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#1
On my 88 TC, under the drivers-side rocker panel, there is a spring-loaded rotating lever next to the parking brake cable adjuster. What does this lever do? Should it be rotated perpendicular to the brake cable to support the cable adjuster? Thanks!

Ken H.

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88TC, Gillis valve, K&N cone on VAM, MSD ignition box, coil, and plug wires, Hurst Mustang T5 shifter, 2 1/2" cat-back duals, trunk battery with disconnect, CHE control arms.
Ken Humphrey

88TC, Black/Raven, T5 manual, 130 amp alternator, MSD ignition, 2 1/2" duals, trunk battery with disconnect, CHE rear control arms.
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Pete D Offline
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#2
I sent you an email. Mine points at the driver's side and th ecable kind of lays on it.
I'm not sure it is correct.
Pete Dunham


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Rod K Offline
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#3
Does anyone have any pictures of the way the emergency brake cables should be?
Rod Kiser, '88TC, 5 speed, 5 lug, Cobra 13" front brakes, Mark VII 11 1/4" rear disc brakes, PiMP'n, Bullit wheels, ATR 3" exhaust, Aluminum driveshaft, EDIS, 60 LB injectors, gutted upper & ported lower. NATO Member
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Pete D Offline
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#4
ffr1222k check your email. They are not great but may be of some hekp
Pete Dunham


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Rod K Offline
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#5
Thanks Pete. That is a great help!
Rod Kiser, '88TC, 5 speed, 5 lug, Cobra 13" front brakes, Mark VII 11 1/4" rear disc brakes, PiMP'n, Bullit wheels, ATR 3" exhaust, Aluminum driveshaft, EDIS, 60 LB injectors, gutted upper & ported lower. NATO Member
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