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My e-brakes didn't work due to the two rear cables being frozen. Unable to free the cables using all sorts of lube, I went in search of new ones. The cable seem to be particular to not only the year, but also the month. My manufacture date is Oct 1988 even though it is a 1989 Trooper. Needless to say, an early 1989. Parts Geek had the cables listed as 1989 before 1-89. Below are the part numbers and they both fit perfectly. This job is a pain due to bolts that won't come out, clips that are rusted and crawling under the trooper. In the end, I now have e-brakes. The first one is left and the second one right.

1989 Isuzu Trooper Parking Brake Cable - BC94194 Raybestos - $23.98
Qty Ordered: 1, Qty Shipped: 1
9405511898658852260909
Shipped with US Mail on Jul 27, 2022


1989 Isuzu Trooper Parking Brake Cable - BC94197 Raybestos - $25.98
Qty Ordered: 1, Qty Shipped: 1
9405511898658852260909
Shipped with US Mail on Jul 27, 2022
 

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I just did this job today! It makes my life much easier to have a parking brake in my stick shift 95 -- now I don't have to cut the motor off to briefly get out to get the mail and whatnot.
 

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Did you use the same parts as quoted by Phil76?
No the 92-02 use a drum parking brake (instead of locking the rear calipers like the 88-91) so the cables are much different. You have to pull the rotors off and disassemble the brake shoe setup which is a PITA.
 
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