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94-04 CHEVROLET S10 PICKUP REAR THIRD DOOR HANDLE INSIDE


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94-04 CHEVROLET S10 PICKUP REAR THIRD DOOR HANDLE INSIDE + Dorman HELP! 38419 Door Hinge Pin and Bushing Kit
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BrandKC Truck Parts
ABPA Partslink Number GM1552101
  
Additional Information
ASINB0038QI9QU
Best Sellers Rank #46,794 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableFebruary 17, 2010
  
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94-04 CHEVROLET S10 PICKUP REAR THIRD DOOR HANDLE INSIDE. REPLACES FACTORY. PARTSLINK NUMBER GM1552101.

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This item worked very well on my GMC sonoma. Took about 15 minutes too install. I saw a lot of negative reviews on replacing this and how hard it was and even people breaking the cargo door panel to gain access to replace this handle, not the case for me. Start off by removing the seat belt bolt. It will require a torx bit to remove. ( you can get a cheap set at Walmart). You will need a small plastic pry bar. Starting from the top of the cargo door panel use the pry bar working outward. (Kinda like opening a paint can). Work your way lightly around the panel paying close attention not to over flex the panel. After doing this for about 5 minutes the panel should be close to posing off. After removing the panel you should now have a hand hole to work with in replacing your handle making it way easier to adjust. After removing the 4 screws that hold the door handle in place mark the location of the clips on the guide rods before removing the old handle it will give you a better idea as to where to put the new ones. My truck needed further adjusting before I had it opening the way I wanted. Another good tip...While you have it open shoot some WD40 on your door clasps and guide rods. After the door handle is installed be sure to test it a few times before buttoning that door up. Now that you have the door opening and closing the way you want it's time to pop that cargo door panel back on. All you have to do with putting the panel back on is line up the tabs on the panel with their corresponding holes on the door and press firmly. Hope I helped. ;)
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By Landon Gore on August 11, 2013
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The door handle on my '03 GMC Sonoma broke for the 5th time and I was tired of paying the dealer $160.00 to repair replace the latch. Replacement latch at dealer parts department is $60.00.......the one I bought from amazon was $15.00 and took me 15 minutes to install. Great bargin
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Looked just like original. Snaps onto cable like original. Original took a strong pull to open. They positioned on cable that way. Easy to break. I paid dealer $200 twice to put new ones on. I positioned on cable so it was a soft pull. No problems.
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