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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On almost all GM's there will be a screw in the recess that the handle sits in. After removing this screw, gently wiggle this cup out of it's hole and there should be a metal rod attached to the back of it with a small clip. Unclip this and it's out - installation is the reverse. Just don't lose the clip or let the linkage rod fall down inside or you will have to remove the door panel. It shouldn't take five minutes to replace and most parts stores now carry GM door handle assemblies. Good Luck!
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Posted on May 22, 2009
There is a slot where the cable is suppose to lock in. When the cable
end brakes it falls out of the slot. I put cable over slot and duct taped
in place till i get new cables. There are 2 cables 1 on top and 1 on
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