Steel,iron and other magnetic materials
You can buy drawer handles online at Handles4Doors. They have a policy where the more you buy the more you save, and they have everything in drawer handles, cabinet handles and cupboard drawer.
Use a dental pick or similar tool and carefully pry off center cap to reveal Allen screw.
I do it all the time. just take off the old and screw on the new and adjust according to the directions that come with the hinge closer. buy the same size as your ordinary hinges. If you have a heavy door; like a solid core you'll probably have to use more than one. most solid core doors in residences require at least two and if your door is an 8' solid core door you might have to use 3 or 4. They're easy to install and easy to adjust.
To remove the exterior trim for the rear window of the Corolla simply pull up. The hinge system should allow for easy removal. The question is where do you find the trim to replace it with...
Hope this helps!
Use the right sized screw driver, remove the screws and clips from the panel of the car doors. Pull the panel from the door frame, and remove any wiring connections, and the panel should come off.
Has the door been hit? If so, a body shop would be the first place to try. If not, roll the window down and spray penetrating oil, like WD40, into the latch area of the door (this is about at the vertical middle of the door, straight down from the outside handle). Let it work in for a day or so, then try to work the handle from both inside and out, and the lock buttons as well. This will free it up in most cases. If not, the latch may be broken.
Sometimes, trying to open a locked cardoor with the wrong tool (such as a Slim Jim) can break the linkage off the handle or the lock cylinder.
If not successful, take the car to a locksmith.
You may need to take it apart and see if the spring is damaged. The whole fixture may need to be replaced.
your going to have to take it to a mechanic. mine just recently broke and its because the handle had actually broken from the inside so they had to get all new parts for it. it sucked because for some reason my car window got stuck halfway down and you couldn't get it back up, so people were easily able to break into my car!
This greatly depends on make and model... but most vehicles have two hinges on the inside of the door... usually four bolts your have to take off with an extension and a ratchet. if you have power accesories you need to feed those wires back through the door wire boot... and also there is usually a stop pin that you have to remove in the middle of the 2 hinges which keep your door from opening too far...
Another method you can try is to use paint thinner or stripper. Apply the thinner/stripper to the varnish you want to remove from the glass, and let it sit for 30-45 minutes. Then wipe off the excess and finish by scraping the remaining softened residue with a razor blade. Follow that by cleaning the window with BonAmi (available for purchase online; see the Related link below) on a clean cloth, using a circular motion. Rinse, then mix 1/2 cup white vinegar to 1 gallon warm water, and finish cleaning for a sparkling clean window.
Open the door. Remove the 12 screws inside the door around the perimeter. The front of the door will separate from the back- be careful to not let them spring apart. You may want to disconnect the black plastic control panel wire harnesses inside the door so you don't risk damaging any wires. Affixing the handle to the door is two 3/8 hex heads. Remove both screws. My handle felt loose because there is a Allen head screw inside the handle post that was loose. Needs to be tightened through the 3/8 hex thread hole with a small SAE Allen size. Reverse order for putting door back together.
Don't know what vehicle you have but most interior door handles can be changed in under 15 minutes. So, the labor charge should be 1/4 hour.