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Old 04-10-2010, 05:32 PM   #1
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So a buddy of mine has a white TRD Sport and wants MY black handles and mirrors. So we gonna do a swap and I'll get his color matched ones! SWEET! I kno right. So anyway about that. Im pretty sure its just one bolt under the mirrors to get them out. But the handles... are they just as easy? Little advice please
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might be the same for a double cab i dont know.
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Anyone know if I was right on the mirrors? And it says I need to remove the rear door panels to get the rear handle out. Is this true?
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Anyone know if I was right on the mirrors? And it says I need to remove the rear door panels to get the rear handle out. Is this true?

you need to remove the door panels to get the mirror off, there is 3 bolts that hold it on and you need to unplug the electrical connector. the 1 bolt that is on the bottom of the mirror will not take it off of the truck.


as for the handles i have never done it myself but you will most likely have to take off the doro panels, every vehicle i have ever had was 2 nuts on each handle that you get to from the inside, and you will also have to disconnect any of the actuator rods that are connected to the handle.
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Ask him to swap hoods too.
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Last bit of help guys... Everything is done except the rear handles. I got the panels off and one screw but the handle wwont come loose. IDK if you just to need to use force or what but someone please inform me.
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Bump come on guys, nobody knows this?
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Look in my build thread, I swapped all my color match for black as well, details are in there: http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ld-thread.html

The mirrors are 3 bolts total. you DO need to remove door panels, which you will need to do for the handles as well. The handles are pretty strait forward, here is a good writup I used for them: http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/sh...ht=door+hanles
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Last bit of help guys... Everything is done except the rear handles. I got the panels off and one screw but the handle wwont come loose. IDK if you just to need to use force or what but someone please inform me.

Sorry I had access cab, but I believe the link I posted was for a double cab.
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Thankyou SO MUCH buddy. Im in the process right now and the only thing i gotta do it the back door handles. Everything else is done.
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Old 04-11-2010, 07:59 PM   #11
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Yes, you need to remove the rear door panels in order to change the rear door handles.

Here are the instructions on how to do so.

EDIT: Beaten by barlowrs!
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File Type: pdf 062009.pdf (502.5 KB, 45 views)
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Yes, you need to remove the rear door panels in order to change the rear door handles.

Here are the instructions on how to do so.

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damn, that's alot of steps to just change out the door handles!
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damn, that's alot of steps to just change out the door handles!
It was worth it. Love my white door handles!
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Yes I already did that BUT how do you get the handle out??? I have a DCab. Force?
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Ok I see now by your PDF KPT. So I have to remove not only the panel but all the metal and everything?
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Old 04-12-2010, 01:09 AM   #16
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no once you remove the panel you should see a torx screw. unscrew that, then it should all just pop out.
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no once you remove the panel you should see a torx screw. unscrew that, then it should all just pop out.
Ok man so let me get it straight. On the REAR handles I took the panel off. Pulled the plastic back and found 1 screw. I took it all the way out. I could find any other screws and i cant really see back into it so let me know if Im missing something cause I took the 1 screw out and gave the handle a little force but no dice.
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Ok man so let me get it straight. On the REAR handles I took the panel off. Pulled the plastic back and found 1 screw. I took it all the way out. I could find any other screws and i cant really see back into it so let me know if Im missing something cause I took the 1 screw out and gave the handle a little force but no dice.
So you took the one torx screw out...and then pulled the smaller part of the handle straight out (the part that has the key hole on the front doors)?

Once you do that, you can slide the handle towards the back of the truck, then rotate out to remove, similar to on the front doors.
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No, from what I saw when I did it I dont think I can get back in there to see it. The metal panel hole I too small, Unless I didn't take something off. All I could see was where the handle part is. There is a black plastic piece that looks like its holding the handle on and I took the only screw I saw in it all the way out. The metal is blocking me from seeing the back part of the small piece. Are we talking about the same torx screw? The one I took out was in the middle of the lever part of the handle. And when I tried to remove any part of the handle, it still wouldn't budge. I'll prolly just have to take a pic cause you prolly don't understand this. lol
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Yeah man a pic would help. It's been 6-7 months since I did this.
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