Question about 1999 Nissan Quest
Okay, Part number 82606-2Z50A was my part number for a 1999 Nissan Quest. $38.00
It comes unpainted. I got silver dupli-color spray from Auto store and it matches really well. Wife couldn't tell the difference really, except for the shine. I may buy a clear coat.
Two bolts inside the door and the handle comes off.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
I had the same problem and ordered it from the dealer. After three months still nothing. So I took mine to a workshop (junk yard) and they were able to use the old lock and fabricate another mechanism similar to the original. Suprisingly, the dealer does not even list replacement door locks for some of their vehicles. Better luck at a junk yard.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First get vin call toyota parts dept/ get the part its really easy to put in look for screws in little pop ups take screws out then go from the bottom of the door and lift out then go side do the same thing then lift from bottom of door and upward then you will take of vapor or plastic sheet then you just replace the handle thats it then out it back together/ Please rate my response thank you very much
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
Your door should be held on with clips. Removing the panel is sometimes hard, just take a good WIDE flat head screwdriver, and whatever tool needed to remove the screws holding the panel on, and be careful. Check underneath the panel, by the inside handle, and the arm point for screws. Once removed, take your WIDE screw driver, and don't quite pry them off, more or less try to get it underneath and pull towards yourself. There is no real easy way, just try to be patient with it, and if you hit any binds, look for more screws, its just a matter of patience for sure.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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