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removing the armrest... #192700 Jun 5, 7:55am Jun 5, 7:55am
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removing the armrest...
hey all, ive been a member for a little while, but no posts, ive just been absorbing the info cool but i was needing to know how to tighten my e brake, i want to get it to about 5-7 clicks to be fully tight. there is a post on the other forum (celica.net) but the diagrams wont load.

thanks

ps, my car is a 2001 gts

Re: removing the armrest... [Re: carpediembp] #192701 Jun 5, 8:11am Jun 5, 8:11am
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y won't the diagrams load? just dl the progream

Re: removing the armrest... [Re: Peterkwon87] #192702 Jun 5, 8:13am Jun 5, 8:13am
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what does removing the armrest have to do with tighting the e brake???? confused confused

Re: removing the armrest... [Re: vondutchguy] #192703 Jun 5, 6:11pm Jun 5, 6:11pm
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^ I think he ment the plastic that goes down the middle of the car. You can call it an arm rest 'cuz you can use it as an arm rest, or atleast the passenger can grin

Re: removing the armrest... [Re: v3n0m] #192704 Jun 5, 6:25pm Jun 5, 6:25pm
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is there a way to put some cushion or paddiong on the little armrest thingy(the one WITH a compartment) because its where i keep my elbow when i drive (my stick)

Re: removing the armrest... [Re: Firestorm] #192705 Jun 5, 6:44pm Jun 5, 6:44pm
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^ you could, but it'll kind of look ugly 'cuz it's gonna be sticking up & it's not gonna look like it came from the factory like that. It's gonna take a lot of fabbing & time to make it look nice. How committed are you?

Re: removing the armrest... [Re: v3n0m] #192706 Jun 6, 6:12am Jun 6, 6:12am
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https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_57113_0_collapsed_2__1.html

use the ss install for bolt locations and im sure theres and adjustment on the side of the ebrake or in that area


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