Vauxhall Opel Mokka Crossland X Improved Design Handbrake Button
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SYMPTOMS OF FAULT
The handbrake button becoming stuck in place or falling out, resulting in the handbrake becoming in operable and being stuck in the upright or downward position. The main Vauxhall dealers will say you will need the whole handbrake unit replacing as the button is not a spare part. This will cost hundreds with labour as the centre console must be removed in order to do so.
It is very common for the handbrake button to snap on this vehicle.
The OE handbrake button often breaks within the internal mechanism of the handbrake, resulting in the handbrake not working as it should. The button’s arms that slot into the internals of the mechanisms or the shoulder on the bottom of the button can often snap resulting in the button becoming lodged in place and unable to press in or out, or it can come loose and fall out entirely. This is because the OE button is made of very thin plastic and is not made to last the span of the vehicle’s life.
This is a very common fault on these vehicles; these clips simply aren’t strong enough and will inevitably break.
The solution until now was to purchase a complete handle, not only is a new handle expensive, it would also need to be colour coded and ultimately would have the same flawed design which would only fail again.
Install our improved button and spring which will outlast the OE button
Our improved button is of the exact same design as the OE button, however it is made of alloy metal which strengthens the button meaning it will not break inside the mechanism. This solution will last the lifetime of the vehicle and is also cost-effective against the cost of fixing the unit at the main dealer. This can be fitted while the handbrake is still on the vehicle, meaning there is no stripping of interior components making the job very easy to carry out.
Quality metal part with replacement spring
Next day delivery available
Easy fit - can be done inside the vehicle