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Old 11-13-2012, 03:35 PM   #1
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Vehicle: 1996 Ford Mustang Cobra
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Default Loose Park Brake Handle

My park brake handle has been loose since I got the car, it wiggles from side to side. It's been that way for a while because the covering on the drivers side has been worn away from rubbing along the console. Is there a way to fix the side to side looseness, there's one bolt that's easily visible from the top i tightened it up a little and it didn't fix anything. If I just need to replace the whole assembly, how difficult is it?
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