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How do you repair a broken exterior door handle on a 1995 Chevy Beretta?

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Answered 2005-09-13 03:32:40

You must take the entire black housing out. The screws are located underneath the trim panel on the inside of the door. A lot of the handles break in cold weather. http://www.1aauto.com/1A/DoorHandleExterior/Chevrolet/Beretta/PLP1090050/37746 you can buy replacement handles at this website

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The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You may want to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.


Where can i download a free Chevrolet Beretta repair manual


you first need to remove the door panel so you can see what is brocken which is done by moving the door handle up and down while looking at the moving parts insid the door. it could be a broken clip which attaches to the latch


If the handle is broken then you would want to use wood glue to put the handle back on. If that doesn't work, then you could go back to your local craft store and get another handle. This would ensure that the handle is strong enough.


Should be able to access after removing interior door panel


Should have access after removing inner door panel



you can find the answer on this site, a few questions above this one. it is the same as the 1997 ford explorer



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If the blade has a section that slides into the handle, I would use a 2 part epoxy glue on it. Instruction with the glue. If it has broken clean where the blade meets the handle, there is really not much that can be done. It can be welded, but it would always show the repair.


You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.



i just had bought a 95 beretta n it needs new break lines is it best to just repair them or can i just replace the pice that needs 2 be fixed


from the inside. take your door panel off and look around in there. the door handle is usually held on with pop rivets that have to be cut off from the inside of the door.


Take the seat off by unbolting it from the floorboard. Take the seat and the broken piece to a welder and have them weld or braze it back in place.


Try www.autozone.com They have an expanded view of the door and it's components listed under repair section.


remove the door panel. The door handle is fastened with two 10mm nuts. just unscrew those and if has a lock, remove the linkage clip from the lock to be able to remove the door handle. Installation is in reverse order. I just replaced mine today.


Take off the interior door panel, and all will become clear. There will be a rod running down to the door mechanism, and there should be two nuts, on studs. Remove the nuts, and the studs will pull out with the old handle.



you can find alot of answer from out of a haynes repair manual


form_title=exterior door repair form_header=9113 What is the problem with the lockset?*= () Loose () Difficult to open/close () Broken () Won't open () Won't close () Doesn't lock () Needs re-keying () Other Please select which kind of lock(s) that need repairing*= [] Exterior entry lockset [] Cylindrical deadbolt lock [] Interior passage lockset [] Rim lock (surface deadbolt) [] Hinges [] Interior privacy lockset [] Dummy knob [] Other



you will have to replace the handle, the inside door panel has to come off and then you can get to the 10 millimeter bolts that hold the handle on unless it's a 2 door and then your glass will have to be taken out of the regulator and lifted out of the back track to be able to get to the bolts, unhook the plastic clip that holds the handle rod to the latch and take the bolts out and your handle will come out.



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