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Changing E-Brake hadle.

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Changing E-Brake hadle.

I just bought a NRG Ebrake handle, that is said to fit a 2006 Honda Civic. I heard that it's just a little harder because the e-brake handle is curved. Has anyone changed one out there? If so, please help.
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Re: Changing E-Brake hadle.

Just curious, what was wrong with your stock e-brake handle? just don't like the look or something?
(I have a 2006 as well)
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