I've had some advice to check on the dust shield making this rubbing noise... however I think my parking brake is getting worn and my mech told me I need a new one and a spring kit... maybe the old springs are not disengaging enough and it is still rubbing.... anyways I need to know besides the pads and spring kit, so I really need to get 2 cables also, or can I just use the old ones? I know on a bike cables need to be replaced like every year or two for avid riders... here is a list of my cart items from Pelican Parts (seemed like the best deal.. thanks guys!):
Emergency Brake Cable, 2 required, each, BMW E36 3 Series, Brand: Genuine BMW
Emergency Brake Spring Repair Kit, 328i/is/iC (1996-99) Brand: Ate
E-Brake Shoe, Set of four, 328i/is/iC (1996-99) Brand: Pagid
I rather doubt you need the cables, but the spring kit and the pads yes, the pads wear, and the parts included in the spring kit, particularly the adjusting sprocket, are subject to corrosion and are best replaced. I really haven't heard of any problems with the cables, unless there's been severe abuse.
Thanks.... I figured as much bec no one else told me I should get those, but knowing for sure is nice!
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