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post #6 of 45 (permalink) Old 2nd March 2013
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Re: Grand Scenic Electronic Handbrake Stripdown Plus Photos

I must say this is a very comprehensive article, I have an 04 Scenic (not grande), with the hand brake not working on the drivers side only, would I be able to use this guide to remove the cables?
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Re: Grand Scenic Electronic Handbrake Stripdown Plus Photos

Fantastic guide. Managed to strip mine down on a 2004 grand scenic. Drivers side cable was sticking and this allowed me to free it up.

Disaster however on putting back together. Managed to drop the force sensor and snap the ribbon cable. I am going to attempt to replace the ribbon with wires and solder but not confident it will last due to movement of the sensor.

If anyone has a spare sensor from and old unit I would be willing to pay. I am assuming all the units have the same one even if the model number does not match.
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Re: Grand Scenic Electronic Handbrake Stripdown Plus Photos

Thanks for your great thread on EPB. I remembered an old company I use to use that would copy any broken/ knackered cables. They have moved from London to Swansea now and are called Speedy cables.
http://www.speedycables.com/
I hope this helps, ATB, Mick.
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May say what an excellent job you have made in describing and illustrating this very tricky task? Thank you for taking the time and trouble to do this. My parking brake has jammed and this will really help me out,
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Boot release cable not working and car is anchored to the ground? Cardinal Sin's procedure helped me release the brakes without clipping the cables. If you you want my notes on this then click Emergency Parking Release Cable FAILED! .
Many thanks to Cardinal Sin and Gonescenile for their hard work.
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