Question about Chevrolet El Camino
These are items which you replace, not repair. You choice is buy new, or exchange yours for rebuilt or remanufactured units, or buy used. New expect to pay well over $100, rebuilt over $50, and of course you can buy working used ones from junkyards for about $20. You get what you pay for, I never buy a wear item used. Fenders and windows OK, but not anything like this. Look on youtube.com and you can find videos of folks changing these. Important to electrically isolate the battery from the car, before you begin.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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