This is very funny...I think I am losing my mind with this thread...HELP! I must be missing something.
Just to qualify the link we are talking about...does it have all the part numbers of the different door handles and pictures of both front and back of the handles and does it show black and chrome...just trying to see if all of us are talking about the same thing...or is this a moot point already?
The link in message #77 puts me back to this message that I'm typing, whatever the highest number message is in this thread. Of course, I have my settings to read in reverse chronological order.
After all the 12,000 or so messages you've done on this forum, one would think you'd have learned how to link to an individual message within a thread.
I'm assuming you wish to link to the first message in this thread. Try this:
Still feeling kind of stupid hereI`ve read this thread before updating it,but have no use of GMpart numbers and info.I want the Black ones,they have them on Ebay and Amazon,they dont ship to Sweden and they claim that the handles dont fit our cars..
Sorry,Mike,I cant find the info I need.
I just want it confirmed here, if possible, if I can buy them anyway?
Do they fit?
It is confirmed that the $19.67 covers getting both driver AND passenger side handles, both with keyholes, and has pictures of what you get. It's another Amazon vendor, so don't know about shipping overseas.
Hey, just finished this job. It's not that bad actually. GM giveth, and GM taketh away. The take part is the cheap-a$$ door handle, the giveth part is how easy that cable for the internal door handle re-clips in with that plastic part that holds it in place while you put stuff back together!
Thanks to all in this thread that contributed to making it easy. If anyone's looking for a driver's side door handle (chrome), I have one epoxy filled and for sale (check that forum), and if you're in the Toronto area I can give you a hand.
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