Right, here goes!
Pretty easy job fella. Took me about 30 min I think. Don't think there is any difference between phases but not 100% sure. GSF
are pretty reasonable for the cables.
First you will need to jack car up and put it on stands. Next off the back wheels.
I'm not 100% sure if it's necessary but the mid section of the exhaust needs to come of at least as the cables enter through the floor to the lever.
Next you need to get the plastic trim around the handbrake cable up. There's a couple of torx screws by the rear ashtray and some more at the front under the handbrake gaiter. Once you've got these off you should be able to loosen off the adjuster nut (you can see this clearly in the FAQ) and take each cable out.
Next up you will need to knock the old cables out of the handbrake mechanism on the calipers. I can't exactly remembered how I did this but I think I used a punch or something. You can rag it out anyway just don't damage caliper!
You will then need to get under the car and pull the old cables through remembering where they are laid. Then get new cables ready and feed them from calipers through to the cabin following the route the old ones were taken from.
I think I fed them into the cabin first and put the ends into the adjuster block then pulled them through making sure there was enough spare to feed into caliper.
Then you've gotta connect up with calipers, they may need some pursuasion to get through but the hole into the C shaped clip (the big hole is splined I think) it's not that hard though.
Once that's done get under car and double check everything. You can then adjust handbrake. I pulled my lever up to the first couple of clicks and then tightened the nut accordingly, not too tight though. You can play around with it and set it as you like.
Replace trim around lever and et voila, you sould be done!
Hope this helps. I'm sure if I've cocked up or missed anything someone will be along to correct me!
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