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eddielee

E-brake/ parking brake return spring???

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Hey, I have a 2nd gen and the driver side e-brake Return spring has been worn from not being attached within the drum.Just got off the phone with Dodge and they say they do not make this part and the parts store says the part is dealer only.What is it actually called and what is the part number?Where can I get one?

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I wish this spring was in that pack...post-13446-138698211857_thumb.jpgDoes Anyone know where to get it or what it is called.Salvage yards are hard to deal with when you have a 2 and 4 year old tagging along

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That's part of the E-brake cable assembly.Funny part looking at all the cables on RockAuto.com none of them have that spring. I know what your talking about. But strange not to see it on the new cables.

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So the only thing I can think is that the cable from Dodge has it or they do not make it anymore...

Salvage yard only parts are sooo fun.

Thank you for your quick responses.

Guess I will call or go see Dodge and see if the new cable they sell has one on it.

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Discontinued part, where does one find dis continued parts.

Went to Dodge and they have discontinued this part.

They have all the shoes and levers but have discontinued the springs.

Auto parts stores have all the springs except this one, Hmmm...

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