Question about 1993 Honda Civic 4 Door
I have a replacement handle, but can't figure out how the rod that actually opens the door is attached to the new handle. The rod is threaded into a small cylinder that is attached to a hole in the new door handle mechanism. Is it a bushing or something that holds it in place? The hole in the new handle mechanism is not threaded.
IT is possible that the manufacturer realised a fault existed in the current design and changed to a threadless part that requires a nut either side to position it on the rod . Try something in the area to see if it works Nuts that small can be obtained from an electronic shop such as JAYCAR ---Hobby shop --etc
Posted on Mar 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should have some little plugs in the plastic edge on the bottom that can be popped off, that will expose screws, there is maybe one screw behind the door handle, and maybe a couple in the door pull. Then once it is unscrewed, pop off the plastic retainers that hold it the rest of the panel and up it goes, past the lock button and off, except that it is still connected by wires, you should be able to see what's going on behind the handle without taking the wires loose, just lean it up against the door or the car. There is also a plastic wind barrier stuck on there with the stickiest stuff you ever saw, take off your watch. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 11, 2010
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