Mine needs changed also, the passenger door has to be opened from the inside.
I want to try a set bad. Remove the strip that goes down the side of the car and fill it in with body filler...remove the doorhandles so its just a smooth line all the way down the body. Use a popper kit and it would be a slick setup.Una said:Remote door poppers.. Normally I think they suck, as they're problematic. But in the case of an L body, they're probably better than stock.
Yeah, you're making sense.. Sort of. LoL. I think this is just something you have to do a bunch of time before you get the hang of it. Like trying to explain to someone how to ride a bicycle, or a skateboard. You just have to do it.The S is Silent said:yeah. The plastic clip holds the rod in. Rod goes through the plastic gromit and then the clip swings 90 degrees and holds it in place. Just use your finger to pop the clip off and then pull the rod out. It's really easy once you figure out what the plastic thing is doing.
Make sense? I don't think I'm explaining it clearly.
Adjust that thing pronto or you will know first-hand what the repair process is like!saw wave analog said:one that you have to do the push in the door while lifting up and jerking the handle thing
Sounds like your messing with the wrong end of the rod. It's easiest to disconnect the bottom clip and pull the handle out of the door with the rod attached.Gilles said:If it's so damn easy, then why can't i get the MFer's off very easily? There's a rather large, bastardized looking plastic thing on the rod that i removed with needle nose pliers. Then it seems like you have to turn the handle 90 degrees to guide it off of the rod..
Is there a way to get them off without busting those plastic things all to hell? I can pull the engine and replace it in a matter of hours, but these &*&@^%#(@)ing door handles are killing me. Funny funny.
The S is Silent said:I want to try a set bad. Remove the strip that goes down the side of the car and fill it in with body filler...remove the doorhandles so its just a smooth line all the way down the body. Use a popper kit and it would be a slick setup.
I'm taking a summer class right now...so I don't think I'll be able to make all of SDAC. If I get my van running, I'm definitely going to be there for the dyno day on the 25th.dodger said:Thats what i did,see it at SDAC