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Old Oct 20, 2005, 12:35 AM
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How-To Remove E-Brake Handle

OK, I've seen a lot of threads on here asking how to remove the e-brake handle. And everyone keeps saying you have to cut it off. But just to settle this, I want to say you don't have to. So here is the how to on removing this.

First off, don't twist it cause it wont, its kind of on a track so it only goes on and off, not around.

I just tried every day pulling really hard, then tried this: it will sound like I'm positioning myself to have sex with the car, but it works...put your right knee in the drivers seat your left in the passenger seat facing the back of the car, put the ebrake almost straight up, then pull as hard as you can. When it slid off I flew back into the rearview mirror and almost broke it. I'm 6'4", it was a ***** but it worked.

It's not hard with a lot of steps or anything but I wanted to clear this up. Hope it helps.
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