Plenty of pics and info so you know you're getting what you're after. After the 2nd time broke I tried to glue it together with G-weld but I glued it wrong so I have to buy this 3rd one. I've had it installed for about 11 months now. Remove the two screws, t27 torx bit, on my 04 silverado spray the top, middle and bottom door joints with a good lubricant don't over do it. The latches were stuck and the plastic handle handle broke.
You only need a 6 point bit and a driver. Parts in stock and on hand. Fast Shipping Guaranteed Most orders are shipped out the same day as they're received. There is an area that if were reinforced, they would hold up much better. No need to take the door panel off, just remove 2 screws, removed old handle, set new handle in place and replace the 2 screws. So far it hasn't affected it's operation.
Item in Good Condition Guaranteed If the part we ship to you arrives in damaged or non-working condition, we will ship another item out to you immediately. The plastic cracked on the inside of the handle where the lever extends. Changing my rating to a 2 star from a 4 star. Will be searching for another replacement. I had my doubts on after-market parts, but thought that with it's great price point, we probably couldn't go wrong.
Been working great for over 3 years now on 2003 Silverado. I take care of my truck, but these handles need beefed up to handle the winter temperatures and other elements. I removed the broken one out and easily installed the new one. I bought this product for our truck after ours broke during a very cold spell in the winter. I cannot speak to its durability as I only installed it yesterday. I was shocked when it arrived - I could not tell the difference from the original.
I highly recommend this product for your truck! Okay, so here's the deal. I don't even open the rear door very often. Fortunately, they are easy to change out, but I've spent enough on the replacements to have purchased an high quality handle if they made one. Although I thought shipping was a bit high,i t arrived very quick,packaged well,actualy ahead of schedule. Very easy to install: just remove two screws to remove the old one, put the new one in place and put the screws back in. .
Best Price Guaranteed Our prices are hands-down some of the lowest you'll find on the net. If you need one of these rear door latches. This is the second time I have replaced this door handle, seems to work fine but the first one broke within a year. This is most likely why it broke in the first place. Correct Item Guaranteed If you receive an incorrect item from us, we will immediately pay for return shipment and send you the correct item. I reinforced it with G-weld even before it breaks to the spot where it usually break so to make it durable. So when it does break, which it will at some point, it's plastic.
The design is poor, the molded plastic isnt heavy duty, its weak and it isnt the best material for the stresses of opening and closing, and eventually it will break due to use. On the 4th handle so far on a 06 Silverado. Gm doors are prone to freeze up at the bottom latch especially but some white lithium grease and freeing them up makes this handle work like brand new , which it is. Definitely a PartsGeeker from now on. Ya can't yank on these things and expect them to hold up forever and they don't like cold snaps either apparently. Then place the new hinge which is an exact match back in the hole, screw back in the two screws you should be good to go! Would buy again if needed. Purchased for my 2001 Silverado 1500.
It is a great replacement and has good cost savings over a dealer unit. If you grease them up and work the mechanism while the handle is off you will be happy for years. That's why it broke in the first place. Cheap plastic but works great and the price is right. Easy Returns Guaranteed We offer a no-questions 100% money back guarantee on all items returned within 60 days of delivery. It was a sturdy product and we installed it in less than 5 minutes - yaaaaay! Only issue is a few months ago a small crack appeared below the top screw hole but it's possible that I over-tightened it when I installed it.