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1995 Subaru Legacy Handbrake knob broken off

Do I need to replace the whole handbrake, or can a knob be purchased. The spring is still in the brake handle. Thank you.

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It appears if you remove the pin in the lower in of the handle, you can remove the spring and then re-insert a new button. Try and get this part from a junkyard before the dealership....might be a cheap part from them or maybe they want $50 for it....either way, you should be able to replace this yourself.

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