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Old 11-09-16, 01:54 AM   #1
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Default 807 Replacements for peeling door handles

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Does anyone know where I can buy replacement / after market door handles?
Mine are peeling and I need to replace them.

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Old 11-09-16, 10:15 AM   #2
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Just another design fault with these car. Otherwise known as razor blade door handles. Apparently they're VERY difficult to remove and refit new ones.
Most people remove the "chrome" and paint either silver/black or same colour as the car in situ.
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How old is it?
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Contact a Peugeot dealer, they may be available cheaply as so many handles were replaced under warranty. Won't be easy as door cards have to be removed so that means taking off each of the sliding doors and sitting them on carpet. Fronts can be done in situ
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Contact a Peugeot dealer, they may be available cheaply as so many handles were replaced under warranty. Won't be easy as door cards have to be removed so that means taking off each of the sliding doors and sitting them on carpet. Fronts can be done in situ
Not sure why the doors have to come off to do this. If I remember correctly, the door card can be removed insitu.

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You can't remove the card on the sliding door with it closed, it would be almost impossible with it open. It's a 5 minute job to undo 3 screws and its sitting inside on the carpet with a cushion between it and the wall, make sure you someone to help, difficult removing it solo.
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make sure you someone to help, difficult removing it solo.
I have changed the middle hinge/roller on the door before, best advice I can offer is to use an axle stand to hold the door whilst removing bolts
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I stopped the door halfway open/closed to remove the door card, had to change the internal lock and handle.
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I have just had the door card off to push out a dent in the door and wax able to get it off with the door on the car
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You can't remove the card on the sliding door with it closed, it would be almost impossible with it open. It's a 5 minute job to undo 3 screws and its sitting inside on the carpet with a cushion between it and the wall, make sure you someone to help, difficult removing it solo.
I've had the door cards off the sliding doors on mine with the doors in situ. Many times. It is not complex or difficult.

BTW all of my external door handles were replaced under warranty due to peeling 'chrome' paint about 10 years ago.

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