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Old Chrome KDM Door Handles 01-25-2004 , 07:48 AM

Installed!




Remove 3 bolts


Remove the cover, then remove 4 bolts indicated


Remove Tweeter (Pull it out), remove another 2 bolts.
If you removed all the bolts up to this point, pull the door cover from bottom toward you. It will be taken off pretty easily. Let one hold the door while other pull out the covering. Remove all the plugs that are in between them.


Remove White vinyl that are covering the doors.


Use 10mm hexagon? Thing to remove the bolts.
Then push the stock handles out. Requires a bit of force


Remove the yellow (on driver side) / white (on passenger side) plastic. Then install the chrome door handles (just tap it in to the where handles were used to be. Then proceed backward to finish the DIY.

FYI, check your keylocks before you assemble your door trims. You will need to adjust that keylcok properly otherwise you will end up opening the trims again..


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Old 01-31-2004 , 10:43 PM

has anyone done this DIY and afterwards had a bad rattle on the door when bass hits from the stereo? or was it happening before the diy too? i can't remember
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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 02-07-2004 , 03:39 PM

Mine's ok
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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 02-07-2004 , 07:16 PM

mine rattles at times, but i didn't install mine myself, autoshop did it for me while repainting the entire doors
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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 02-08-2004 , 02:06 AM

mine rattled BEFORE this mod.. now, it's real quiet.. go figure..

on a side note, I'd like to point out that the "Then push the stock handles out. Requires a bit of force" doesn't really need that much force. if you look up in the door panel, the door lock swivels out of place for a nice easy removal of the handle from the door. Took me a while to figure it out when I was pushing on it and saw the door lock locked into place. Just a little hint for people doing this now.
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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 02-08-2004 , 02:18 AM

It's all about how you put them back together, if the handles are a bit loose they will rattle.... I've not only installed the whole assembly but also swapped handles from different color tibs.... it's just a matter of experience, before you get it right...


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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 02-08-2004 , 08:33 PM

its not the handles that rattle its like the arm rest on the door. when my hand is off of it and bass hits it does a quick rattle but when my arm is laying on it then it doesn't rattle at all, meh its prob just something I can't prevent.

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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 02-09-2004 , 06:35 PM

ohh thank god i found this!
thanks cheori and tfx!
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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 03-08-2004 , 08:36 AM

I don't want to scare or piss anybody off but I also just want to help. Changing the door handles and/or the gas cap voids your bumper to bumper warranty... unless you find a dealership to do it for you.

I found this out through a couple of sources... 2 dealerships and a guy who is making a turbo for a buddy of mines Tib.

I found a dealership that is about to start putting them on because they are working on a contract with Shark racing to start selling the aftermarket parts right out of the parts and service dept.

Just a heads up guys. BE CAREFUL!!!


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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 03-08-2004 , 02:25 PM

don't think so...

http://www.newtiburon.com/forums/showthread.php?t=78 <-- read this
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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 03-17-2004 , 02:16 PM

"FYI, check your keylocks before you assemble your door trims. You will need to adjust that keylcok properly otherwise you will end up opening the trims again.."


what do you mean by "check the key locks and adjust"??
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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 03-21-2004 , 07:48 PM

just did this mod, best 45 bucks ive ever spent
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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 03-21-2004 , 09:04 PM

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I don't want to scare or piss anybody off but I also just want to help. Changing the door handles and/or the gas cap voids your bumper to bumper warranty... unless you find a dealership to do it for you.

I found this out through a couple of sources... 2 dealerships and a guy who is making a turbo for a buddy of mines Tib.

I found a dealership that is about to start putting them on because they are working on a contract with Shark racing to start selling the aftermarket parts right out of the parts and service dept.

Just a heads up guys. BE CAREFUL!!!


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Sorry, but thats ridiculous. I think you should check with a few more dealerships, ones that might actually know what they are talking about. Thanks though.

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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 04-25-2004 , 04:38 PM

Is there a trick to removing the bar that slides to open the door from the latch on the door panel?? I'm about to tackle this job but don't want to have problems with anything. Thanks.


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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 05-11-2004 , 10:02 AM

FYI - I asked 3 Hyundai dealerships in my area (Fort Lauderdale), and they all said replacing the gas covers and/or handles WILL NOT void any part of the warranty.

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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 05-11-2004 , 02:11 PM

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FYI - I asked 3 Hyundai dealerships in my area (Fort Lauderdale), and they all said replacing the gas covers and/or handles WILL NOT void any part of the warranty.
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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 05-11-2004 , 04:12 PM

just did my handles and this DIy really helps
wasnt hard at all
took me 45 min

30 min for the first door (took me 15 min to get the inside handle off )
and 10min to take everything apart
and 5 min to put everything back together

and the 2nd door took 15 min to do

1 thing i noticed was that there was no clear/white cover to peel back on the driver side
it was only on the passenger side


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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 05-26-2004 , 10:38 AM

Do you guys have a DIY I know their is one for when you just swap the chrome handle parts? I have a hydro blue tib, but not a hydro blue door handle, I plan to just take the chrome parts, thanks
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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 06-04-2004 , 05:47 PM

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Do you guys have a DIY I know their is one for when you just swap the chrome handle parts? I have a hydro blue tib, but not a hydro blue door handle, I plan to just take the chrome parts, thanks
http://www.newtiburon.com/forums/showthread.php?t=60

Did you ever find this one?
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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 08-28-2004 , 05:30 PM

"Remove the yellow (on driver side) / white (on passenger side) plastic. Then install the chrome door handles (just tap it in to the where handles were used to be. Then proceed backward to finish the DIY. "

Do you have to install the yellow / white plastic back on the chrome door handles, and how do you do that I will be installing these, had them for a while never got around to do them, just want to make sure I do it right. Thanks!!!
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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 12-16-2004 , 10:16 PM

all the pics are XXX's

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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 12-16-2004 , 11:36 PM

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all the pics are XXX's
Same as above


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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 01-14-2005 , 07:18 AM

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Same as above
I can see the pics! but pls post more of them...I just ordered the chrome handles at sharkracing.com...


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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 01-26-2005 , 09:39 AM

maybe that helps too

http://www.hmaservice.com/webtech/ii...860#_394892860


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Old Re: Door Handles DIY - by Cheori 03-20-2005 , 03:30 PM

How The ****~!!!!!! Do You Line Up The Key Locks!!! They Will Not Go Thru Like They Need To!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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