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Old 01-03-2009, 08:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Handbrake ajustment

I would appreciate if somebody could tell me how to ajust the handbrake, could do it myself but a guy I know told me it was not an easy process. well, since it's my first bmw, I didn't want to take any chances to try to fix it not to mess it up more.
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It is really easy. I did it on my E36 a couple of times. Just follow the DIY in the link above.
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thanks a lot guys
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handbrake problem fixed, didn't even take me 45 minutes to adjust it, thanks a lot
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Have you been able to do it?? An adjustment really is easy, even though a dealership or mechanic would make you fork over $50 or $60 for it.
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well, I've been able to do it and it was so easy, actually, thanks to my man Johnny for the link he sent me
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