Replacing the door handles

Replacing the door handles

Postby herbal_gardens [OP] » March 5th 2009, 12:51am

New ones just arrived today (driver side broke off a month ago and the passenger side is almost there as well),I pulled the pannel off the drivers door today, unplugged all the electrical, and looked inside.....How do they expect someone with big clumbsy hands like mine to be able to reach inside the door and remove the old one? Is there some magic trick to this or am I over looking something blaitently obvious?

Still scratching my head, looking for the cure for the itch.
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby astro355 » March 5th 2009, 1:03am

There should be some holes in the door that give you access to the nuts that hold the door handle in place. There will be grommets in the holes. At least its that way on my 89.
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby Positive P » March 5th 2009, 2:18am

It's a 10mm if it's factory.
Those little clips are tricky, if you've never seen them before. All you need to do is slide it forward. When reinstalling, it's easiest to put the clips back in place, locked. Then just push the rod through the hole. It'll go in.

Also, for those of you looking for replacements in the salvage yard, I have Lumina MPV/Silhouette handles on my van. DRVR, PASS, and side's fit. The rear door still has to be Astro/Safari.
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby fede » March 5th 2009, 3:24am

I know i have big hands too and its hard to get at, not to mention that your working blind. But its not too hard. And a 10mm ratcheting wrench helps alot for taking off the bolts. Good luck!
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby herbal_gardens [OP] » March 7th 2009, 6:11pm

Thanks for all the input, yea not too complicated, after I took the time and studdied it lol, removed the gromet and it was easier than anticipated....(thanks again)
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby jiggad69 » March 10th 2009, 6:04am

try reinstalling the top nut!!!!!!!! sometimes i just want to line up every engineer on the planet who built vehicles and kick them all in the nuts as hard as possible!!!!
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby Cliff5550 » April 5th 2009, 4:10pm

Replacing the handle on my 1989 Safari conversion van was something I couldn't do but a mechanic friend was able to "work blind" for about and hour and a half and finally fit the new outside handle on. One big problem is the window track hides much of the work area, and the window track, unlike a lot of them, can't be removed by screws, nuts and bolts because it's welded in place. Sucks. I have to replace the one on the back door but I'm deciding now if I want to even bother. Is the rear door handle any easier? At least there shouldn't be a window track.
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby astro355 » April 5th 2009, 8:13pm

Yes, the rear door handles are easier. Which one are you replacing on the rear?
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby Cliff5550 » April 7th 2009, 12:57pm

Just have the one handle on the right rear. I've bought the handle but not sure I would gain much by opening the door. My '89 has a GranVille conversion and the bed/sofa are so close and low at the back there's not really any need for the doors to open. Actually, I think I'm just stalling for warmer weather. It's still awful cold here in Central Illinois.
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby Positive P » April 9th 2009, 1:28am

Cliff5550 wrote:Just have the one handle on the right rear. I've bought the handle but not sure I would gain much by opening the door. My '89 has a GranVille conversion and the bed/sofa are so close and low at the back there's not really any need for the doors to open. Actually, I think I'm just stalling for warmer weather. It's still awful cold here in Central Illinois.


Really? It's still cold up there?
We just had a week of cold mornings, days in the 80's. Soorry to hear that.
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby toddb » April 16th 2009, 5:58pm

I've replaced these stupid door handles numerous times. One of the few complaints I have with these vans. This time I tried something different. A true farmers fix. What has happened to me every time they break is first the handle cracks. next the lever that does the actual opening breaks off.

So, my handle cracked - I got some wide and thin screws #8 and screwed them into the door holding the cracked handle firmly in place, then I had to grind them even thinner as the handle was bottoming out on the screws. problem solved and took 5 minutes of my time and cost nothing. Repair has lasted for 4 months now.
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby rev_les » May 16th 2009, 5:46am

I just did the drivers handle on my '95..taking the latch off helps with getting the top nut on, but I agree with jiggad69.... this is some of the dumbest engineering I've seen yet..... maybe they dug the idea out of Ford's dumpster, :lol:
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby stoneground1 » May 16th 2009, 6:35am

Hey Positive P. What year were the Lumina MPV/Silhouette? The local U-Pull-It doesn't have a single handle on any Astro/Safari.
I've got a 92' Ext. Maybe i can find the Lumina MPV/Silhouette. Thanks.
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby rev_les » May 16th 2009, 6:50am

NEW aftermarket ones are only like 12 bux with shipping....
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby Mr_Bowtie » May 16th 2009, 2:37pm

I got this friend who knows a guy that just replaced his driver's door handle, but left the top nut off cause he gave up on it. The handle is working just fine and doesn't move or anything(I've been told :lol: ). You guys see a problem with using just the one bottom nut to hold the door handle in place? :banana:
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby rev_les » May 16th 2009, 10:14pm

well, one could comment about your friend's friend only having one nut, lol :rofl:.......................................on the door handle, i mean
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby Mr_Bowtie » May 19th 2009, 2:13am

My friend's friend just got burned! :banghead:
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby steve1606 » May 19th 2009, 3:30am

man even up in Canada the snowss gone and its basically 20+(celsius that is)
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby rev_les » May 19th 2009, 5:43am

When I did mine the other night, I was making up new words trying to get that top one on. even taking the latch out, getting all the rods hooked back up with anything bigger than a spider monkeys hands is next to impossible. I ended up using the long snap on needle nose with the angled tip, a 1/4" drive extension, a door panel clip popper, 1/4 pint of my blood, 3 or 4 sq" of skin...
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Re: Replacing the door handles

Postby toddb » May 19th 2009, 5:50pm

rev_les wrote:When I did mine the other night, I was making up new words trying to get that top one on. even taking the latch out, getting all the rods hooked back up with anything bigger than a spider monkeys hands is next to impossible. I ended up using the long snap on needle nose with the angled tip, a 1/4" drive extension, a door panel clip popper, 1/4 pint of my blood, 3 or 4 sq" of skin...



Too funny. Also the one about kicking engineers in the nuts.

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