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    A727 Trans Park Brake Cable

    That spring end is tough to work with. On the cold garage floor I got the cable over the pawl, found it functional without retention so I just buttoned it up. Well, a few weeks ago I had another trans leak. While it was drained (and no longer winter) I went back to try to fix this properly...
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    A727 Trans Park Brake Cable

    The tech tips will be a great help. I think I can get it back together with the cable attached to the pawl but I won't be able to reform the integral lock feature or fabricate one during the install. The pawl will then work properly but if it disconnects while in use due to the missing 'lock'...
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    A727 Trans Park Brake Cable

    My clip fabrication-during-installation idea is impossible to execute! However, if I understand you correctly, for 63 through 65 the trans park pawl was pretty much redundant to the foot actuated parking brake. I could eliminate the parking brake cable altogether and just leave the pawl...
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    A727 Trans Park Brake Cable

    My original description may have confused some. What I don't understand is how the A727's Parking lock cable engages the transmission's Parking Pawl? From what I gather, the park pawl's default position is disengaged, so without a cable, the transmission is not in Park. When the park lever is...
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    A727 Trans Park Brake Cable

    Yes, I don't plan to do any sub-10's except on the MPG.
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    A727 Trans Park Brake Cable

    This winter I bought a 40k mile then 40 year forgotten 64 Imperial. It took a lot of work to get it running and driving and stopping. Many leaks were fixed along the way but many remain. The biggest being a trans fluid leak due to a dried out and crumbly park brake cover gasket. When I...
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