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65 mustang convertible. The return spring that attaches to the lever that works the emergency brake. One end hooks thru the hole on the lever, the other end goes WHERE????
 

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Look to the back side of the LH shock tower/control arm mounting point. You'll see one round hole and a slotted hole above. Hook the short end of the spring thru the slotted hole and out the round hole.

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1965 Conv:Street driven concours
1966 Coupe: Daily driver and toy
 

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Don't want to step on any toes, but I think the hole location Scott is describing is for attaching the spring that goes to the clutch arm coming out the side of the bell housing on a manual tranny car. The emergency brake spring goes from the actuating lever hole (where it pivots on the transmission mount bracket), to the inside rear of the frame rail under the pax compartment.

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67 GTA F/B (small block)
 
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This might be a bit off the subject, but similiar problemo. I have had two places work on my 72's emergency brake, and it still doesn't work! Go figure??
 
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