When you apply your parking brake, you expect the vehicle to stay put. But parking brake failure is a common problem for 1967-1982 Corvettes.
The factory design of the parking break allowed the cables to stretch and the shoes and levers to become rusted, grease covered or worse yet, frozen, making the whole system inoperable.
But don't worry, we can help you fix that. Read Zip's tech article "1967-1982 Corvette Parking Brake Rebuild" for step-by-step instructions (including photos!) on how to rebuild your Corvette's parking brake assembly.
All you need is our step-by-step tech article and 3-5 hours to get the job done. Then you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing your car will stay put when parked.
Shop all Corvette Parts here.