10 Best Automotive Replacement Brake Parking Cables

List Updated May 2020

Bestselling Automotive Replacement Brake Parking Cables in 2020


ACDelco 25780186 GM Original Equipment Parking Brake Control Module Assembly

ACDelco 25780186 GM Original Equipment Parking Brake Control Module Assembly
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • GM-recommended replacement part for your GM vehicle's original factory component
  • Offering the quality, reliability, and durability of GM OE
  • Manufactured with GM Original Equipment specification for fit, form, and function

Dorman C660559 Parking Brake Cable

Dorman C660559 Parking Brake Cable
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Inner cables are sheathed and lubricated to provide longer life and improved performance
  • Flexible casings are completely covered with conduit to prevent corrosion of interior cables
  • Zinc plated fittings and clips prevent corrosion
  • Brackets included where applicable

Dorman 924-431 Parking Brake Release Cable

Dorman 924-431 Parking Brake Release Cable
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Direct replacement for a proper fit every time
  • New handle matches the original design fitting in with your car's interior
  • Easy installation
  • Durably designed to resist breakage
  • Original Equipment (OE) Number: 5L3Z2783A

Dorman C660183 Parking Brake Cable

Dorman C660183 Parking Brake Cable
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Inner cables are sheathed and lubricated to provide longer life and improved performance
  • Flexible casings are completely covered with conduit to prevent corrosion of interior cables
  • Zinc plated fittings and clips prevent corrosion
  • Brackets included where applicable

Emergency Parking Brake Release Handle & Cable Assembly for GMC Sierra Yukon, Chevrolet Silverado Avalanche Suburban Tahoe, Cadillac Escalade ESV EXT - Replaces # 15226272 924-305 - 2 years warranty

Emergency Parking Brake Release Handle & Cable Assembly for GMC Sierra Yukon, Chevrolet Silverado Avalanche Suburban Tahoe, Cadillac Escalade ESV EXT - Replaces # 15226272 924-305 - 2 years warranty
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020

Raybestos BC93500 Professional Grade Parking Brake Cable

Raybestos BC93500 Professional Grade Parking Brake Cable
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Designed to increase horsepower and fuel economy
  • Made of high strength material
  • Resists corrosion
  • Withstands high impact loads at emergency conditions
  • Enhance the appearance of the vehicle

Raybestos BC97133 Brake Cable

Raybestos BC97133 Brake Cable
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Performs to identical standards required by Original Equipment manufacturers
  • Zitril plastic-coated steel brake cable
  • Includes all O.E. style brackets and end fittings

Dorman C660214 Parking Brake Cable

Dorman C660214 Parking Brake Cable
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Inner cables are sheathed and lubricated to provide longer life and improved performance
  • Flexible casings are completely covered with conduit to prevent corrosion of interior cables
  • Zinc plated fittings and clips prevent corrosion
  • Brackets included where applicable

Dorman C660177 Parking Brake Cable

Dorman C660177 Parking Brake Cable
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Inner cables are sheathed and lubricated to provide longer life and improved performance
  • Flexible casings are completely covered with conduit to prevent corrosion of interior cables
  • Zinc plated fittings and clips prevent corrosion
  • Brackets included where applicable

Dorman C660501 Parking Brake Cable

Dorman C660501 Parking Brake Cable
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Inner cables are sheathed and lubricated to provide longer life and improved performance
  • Flexible casings are completely covered with conduit to prevent corrosion of interior cables
  • Zinc plated fittings and clips prevent corrosion
  • Brackets included where applicable

Can Parking Brakes in Stick Shift Cars Flip You Over While in Motion?

An interesting question for the manual transmission driver is can the parking brake actually flip you over if employed while driving at top speeds?

I drive stick shift; as my father did before me so I really have nothing to fear on par with the Toyota Prius nonsense that's going on currently. Unlike automatic transmission cars if you wanted to stop a stick shift car all you'd would have to do is press the clutch in and shift out of gear. Then the engine is disengaged and no matter how hard you press the pedal, that engine will not run. (I say that now and watch; I'm going to be victim to an occurrence of an out of control stick shift).

Anyway, as my wife and I were driving on the highway the other day, she queried whether or not our car would flip over if I were to jerk up the parking brake while driving at an excessive speed. I have thought of this on a number of occasions; more than I'd care to admit actually. One of my nervous habits when the wife is asleep and the car is on the highway in a zombie drive is to, with my right hand; push in the top of the parking brake as though I were going to engage it. I've often thought; I'm going at a pretty good clip right now; I wonder what would happen if I...

It's a conversation I have with myself all the time. I would never do that; I'm far too great a coward. Still, the wife had brought it up and I hadn't been on any extended highway trips in a while so I entertained her imagining. "Probably not," I said, "the car weight is so evenly distributed that even if you were going 80 or 90 miles an hour, that probably wouldn't happen." Yeah your tires would blow out and yeah you'd be wrecked, but I didn't think that you would flip over.

Or maybe you might. I've always worried about that and as my wife points out, the parking brake could probably flip you over if you're going fast enough. I recently pulled the parking brake up while the car was in motion on the highway (keeping the knob which engages the brakes pressed firmly in) and the car beeped at me as though to warn me, "If you let that go; you'll flip over."

I looked online and could find nothing though I didn't look too hard (because I don't think there's probably that much written about such a subject) but if anyone out there knows the answer to the question "Can you flip over if you engage the parking brake while driving a stick shift car?" I'd love to hear about it.

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