Door Handle, Exterior
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AutoCraft Door Handle, Exterior

Part No. 77496 Warranty Details  

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Needa Parts, a division of the Hillman Group, offers more than 3,000 door handles with coverage from vintage to late model cars, trucks, and vans. Our handles are manufactured to ensure a proper fit and replacement, as well as durability to ensure extended use.

Product Features:
  • All parts are a direct OE cross and meet or exceed OEM standards
  • Includes spring and clips (where applicable)
  • All handles are individually packaged
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Finish:Textured Black
Key Lock Hole:Yes
Key Pad:No
Lock Cylinder/Key Included:No
Package Contents:Exterior Door Handle

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  • Q:

    how to put it on?
    Asked on 3/26/2015 by Mary from United States

    1 answer



      Hi Mary, glad to assist you! Here is the installtion instructions. Extract the screws in the armrest and the one screw, if present, in front of the inside door handle, using a screwdriver. Remove the cover over the inside bolts for the outside- view mirror if it is not part of the door panel. Either snaps or a singular screw will hold it in. Remove any screws that may be around the outside the door panel. Insert a common screwdriver between the door panel and the door and pry out the trim fasteners around the door panel. If the vehicle is a Ford, there are no fasteners. These panels have an upside down hook. Just lift the door panel straight up to release the hooks from the door. Disconnect all electrical connectors. Remove the plastic vapor barrier from the rear of the door exposing the access hole in the door. Remove the two operating rods from the inside the door handle. Make sure the window is all the way up. Use the needle nose pliers to twist the plastic retaining clip on the end of the rod where it attaches to the door latch. When twisted it will release the rod. Continue by pulling the rod out of the door latch. The one rod to the rear is the locking mechanism and the one toward the front of the door is the door opening rod to door latch. Remove the two nuts on the door handle with the ¼-inch drive socket. Pull the door handle out carefully from the outside the door. Replace the door handle in reverse order of removal.

      Answered on 3/26/2015 by Steve from AAP
  • Q:

    Does this door handle come with a key
    Asked on 7/11/2010 by Lisa from Alabama

    1 answer



      You should be able to use the existing lock mechanism.

      Answered on 7/11/2010 by Mike from AAP
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