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Old 08-31-2004, 07:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi this is my first post and im wondering how to remove the oem e-brake handle on a 94 325is. I know how to remove the shift knob but i haven't found out how to remove the ebrake handle. I want to remove it so that i can add an AC Schnitzer handle.
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Old 08-31-2004, 08:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Your forum name is very original.

Im just joshin ya YO!

Sorry, I dont know how to do it im just taking up space.
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Old 08-31-2004, 09:42 PM   #3 (permalink)
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first of all... welcome to the forums....


untwist the little nib at the top....

then with a little force pull the handle off.... and your good to go!!
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cool, does anyone know how to adjust the handbrake. mine doesn't work.....
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it's so easy my sister pull it up so hard that it started coming off.
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cool, does anyone know how to adjust the handbrake. mine doesn't work.....
you adjust the tension of the cables under the car (that’s where I did it at least) b/c mine was only catching in the last bit of the lever... hope that maybe helps

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thanks teg, thats exactly what it was.
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thanks teg, thats exactly what it was.
hey man i have almost exactly the same car, except mine is a '92. Where is the adjustment under the car for the ebrake? I thought it was only under the trim piece by the e-brake handle ...

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My e-brake must be really stubborn because i twisted the black tip all the way off and pulled as hard as i could to take off the handle. It didn't even budge. Any suggestions?
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