Everytime it gets cold my parking brake sticks and I have to go under the car and tab where the cable attaches to the caliper to release it. They are brand new calipers. Think it's my cables. If so where can I buy new ones
LOL, if you have added on to your driveway and park at the end and there is a drop off at the end and you park it in 1st and you are half asleep when starting the car to warm it up and you "accidently" pop the clutch you won't have a good time......Just sayin.
Maybe. Need something with the right viscosity to actually get in the cable and occupy the low spot, but not get displaced by water trying to do the same. A heavyweight WD-40.
Maybe put a mightyvac on the other end and suck some white lithium grease through the cable....
Lube might only work if you keep after it. Both of my cables are frozen in the summer most likely from dirt. That's the next step after they freeze in the winter. I haven't had a working parking brake in years. I just park in 1st or reverse, something that I have been doing since I learned to drive a stick some 250 years ago.