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So i have been replacing suspension parts in the booty. But i am breaking my head on how i remove the rear trailing arms. I know people only replace the bushings. But financially for me the complete arm was a cheaper option. I can get everything loose, but how do i loosen my handbrake cable from the hub and feed it trough the old arm? I removed the C clip on the picture, so im not missing it :)

my caliber is a manual 1.8 SE model from 2007 with disc brakes in the rear.
i hope someone can help me further on this.

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It's held on by a compression spring inside the drum.
Open the drum, pinch the spring, cable comes loose.
 

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So i have been replacing suspension parts in the booty. But i am breaking my head on how i remove the rear trailing arms. I know people only replace the bushings. But financially for me the complete arm was a cheaper option. I can get everything loose, but how do i loosen my handbrake cable from the hub and feed it trough the old arm? I removed the C clip on the picture, so im not missing it :)

my caliber is a manual 1.8 SE model from 2007 with disc brakes in the rear.
i hope someone can help me further on this.

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I would like to know how did it turn out.? I went to my local Pull apart and got one minus the hub& brakes for $27 I just saw off the cable at the boneyard I want to it right on my car.
 
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