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Old 03-29-2005, 01:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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ghead Anyone know how to keep the drivers door handle escutcheon from coming loose whenever you open the door? The tabs on it are not broken and I have to keep pushing it back to keep it in place. Thanks!!!
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mine was like that and all i did was push it in and then slide it forward and it locked in place. I dont know if this is what your talking about though... Im talking about the plastic fram around the inside door handle...
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mine was like that and all i did was push it in and then slide it forward and it locked in place. I dont know if this is what your talking about though... Im talking about the plastic fram around the inside door handle...
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Thats the one!!!! I can't seem to push it back far enough to make it catch in the front and stay. Any ideas?
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Originally posted by bob325i+Mar 28 2005, 11:44 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(bob325i @ Mar 28 2005, 11:44 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-benji84@Mar 28 2005, 11:39 PM
mine was like that and all i did was push it in and then slide it forward and it locked in place.* I dont know if this is what your talking about though... Im talking about the plastic fram around the inside door handle...
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Thats the one!!!! I can't seem to push it back far enough to make it catch in the front and stay. Any ideas?
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Sounds like the same prob I'd had... it happens every once in a while... nothing's perfect, snap it back in. If you can see the clasps, see if someone else can check it out for you... aka not a paid mechanic
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take it off and look inside and make sure nothing is getting in the way other then that i dont know. Never forget about the "The handy mans secret weapon" Duck Tape I know all you Canadians no what im talking about "Keep your stick on the ice"
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