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Used SEAT Handbrake Levers

All used SEAT Handbrake Levers listed on Breakeryard.com are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. Breakeryard.com list cheap new OES or aftermarket car parts at discounted prices and used OEM car parts up to 80% cheaper than main dealer prices for SEAT from premium breaker yards from across the UK.

About Handbrake Levers

The SEAT handbrake lever is typically positioned to the left hand side of the driver on a right hand drive vehicle, however there are some exceptions. The lever is used to apply the brakes in an emergency, although it is important that the foot brakes are not used at the same time, as this can upset the vehicle’s balance. It is also used to engage the brakes when parking, or when stopping on a hill to ensure the vehicle doesn’t roll away. 

The SEAT handbrake lever has a ratchet locking mechanism which will not disengage until a button is pressed on the lever itself. It is attached to the mechanical braking system via a cable which runs to the brakes. The cable can attach to drum brakes at the brake shoes or attach to disc brakes, which utilise a lever and corkscrew near the piston.

Signs that your SEAT handbrake lever may need attention could include the handbrake feeling too tight or loose, which may be a sign of a badly adjusted or worn handbrake cable. It may also not secure the car when applied, meaning that the vehicle can move when parked. Any handbrake issues should be rectified immediately.

SEAT trivia

  • When SEAT was formed in 1950, there were only around three cars per 1000 people in Spain. In 2015 that number had risen to 593 cars per 1000 people.
  • The SEAT Ateca won the 2017 Fleet Management Awards for Best Midsize SUV, beating competitors like the BMW X1, the Range Rover Evoque, and the Kia Sportage.
  • In their first year of selling in the UK, SEAT sold a less than impressive 24 cars. By 2017, they were selling just under 4500 every single month.
  • There are four generations of the SEAT Ibiza, and it’s SEAT’s most successful model. It’s sold 5.4 million, has won the Car of the Year Award and is a three-time winner of the Supermini of the Year.
  • In 1986, 51% of SEAT’s shares were bought by Volkswagen. Then, Volkswagen ended up buying even more shares and ended up with 75% ownership.