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From saga to sobbing... when latches break
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- Subject: From saga to sobbing... when latches break
- From: "Hare,Stott (X)" <HAREST@allenbrook.iix.com>
- Date: Fri, 24 Oct 1997 16:40:51 -0400
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Sorry to hear about your bum luck, err... NTB's fine tire changers,
err... all your problems.
I'm sure reading all this makes you cringe...
In reply to:
Hear is a puzzler for you all: how do you fix/replace
the latch if you can't get the door open. I finally was
able too, but I would say it was about 90% luck that
I was able to do it.
It's loads of fun! Basically the best shot you have is taking the
door panel off with the door
still closed... (I'm assuming you really mean the latch, and not the
handle mecanism.) I've
found that it helps to remove the back seats for clearance to rear door
panels. Once you have
the panel off, do your darndest to reach the latch from the inside.
Although not always easy,
visible or obvious, you can usually actuate the release mechanism from
inside the door. I've
used various implements, from bent screwdrivers, coat hangers, and 90
degree picks to make
this release release.
Trust your imagination while once you in there. Hey it's already broken
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> Subject: Re: The saga continues... (long)
> I know where you are coming from. After I bought my QSW, the front
> power window broke. I spent hours and days fixing it. Then, the back
> passenger door would not open. The latch was broken. Hear is a
> for you all: how do you fix/replace the latch if you can't get the
> open. I finally was able too, but I would say it was about 90% luck
> that I was able to do it.
> [Hare,Stott (X)] SNIP
> Enjoy your QSW!
> Matthew Brenengen
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