1A Auto Parts: @kaisnyker this video shows you how to replace a broken tailgate handle.
Usually they will break and require a repair.
Tom Smithlin: Thanks for posting this. I got the bezel off intact and wouldn't have had
a clue without your help. Finished the job in less than 15 minutes.
Richard Bryant: Piece of cake, took $15.00 for both pieces to the door step and 15 minutes
to install. Video took away any guessing.
David Arnold: Great video on the A/C resistor replacement. As you noted in the video
pressing the "spring clip" to disconnect the resistor from the blower motor
was a bear - even after I loosened the front of the blower motor
cover...but then I looked throw the front of the cover and could see the
connection in the 10 O'clock position -- all it took was a flat head screw
driver to push the clip in front the loosened front cover and the
connection popped right out......no killing your fingers trying to press
the "spring clip" to get the connector to release.
kaisnyker: what was wrong with the handle that it needed to be replaced? details
please. I don't follow when the description says broken or snapped...whats
broken? what snapped?
im looking to fix my truck tailgate as I can not open it. the handle pulls
up but it feels like its not attached to anything. now I haven't taken it
off yet that's why im on here I didn't know how to take the cover off.
other videos show the bar might have come out of it. that's what it seems
to me but ill have to get that plate off. I need to get it fix fast as I
use the truck for work so I hope there are places around here to get what I
need as I can not wait a few days for it to be delivered.
NativeWrestler: Would this be the same way for a Chevy Colorado as well?
Agee Motorsports: Thanks for the help! Very straightforward.
Jordin Simons: Amazing video. great installation instructions!!! Thank you
Brian Willis: What is the plastic piece thats on the rod that connects to the handle?
1A Auto Parts: You're welcome. Thanks for watching. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
1A Auto Parts: We currently do not have an auto repair video that covers this particular
paintball517: I broke one of the Red and green clips on the end of each rod. Does 1Aauto
sell the clips?
geological95: Good Video.
Lydia Montoya: Thank you so much for this video. I just had to replace the clips on the
rods and I had no clue how to remove the bezel. I can always count on
1A Auto Parts: We currently do not have an auto repair video that shows this particular
repair. Thank you for visiting us on YouTube. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
LMSTactical: @6SpeedSilverado Click on my name and scroll through my video uploads. i
made a video that shows how to repair/replace the latch on the tailgate. I
hope that is what you are looking for.
1A Auto Parts: You should be able to.
MrXlop: Thank you so much. I have a problem with my 2003 silvarado. will see what
is going on today. !
garykennedy83: This happened to my truck, found this video and fixed it in 5 min. So
burtonkidd: am i able to take off a tailgate handle with no lock and put one on with a
1A Auto Parts: We currently don't have a video that shows this repair. You may have to
check for bolts that you may need to remove under the tailgate handle, or
there may possibly be some type of access panel on the inside of the
tailgate. If you absolutely can't figure it out. Go to 67-72chevytrucks com
and create a post, some of the members will help you. Tell them 1aauto.com
sent yah. Hope this helps you out.
THETGROVER: Okay u said to cut around the bolts so u can put ur wrench on it, and then
u used a socket!
1A Auto Parts: We produce how to videos as an added service to our customers. We carry
thousands of repair parts, and do try to provide an auto repair video for
as many of the parts that we carry as possible. If you don't see a video
for the part that you need, we also carry a wide variety of Haynes auto
repair manuals. Thank you for being a loyal customer. Have a great day.
1A Auto Parts: @clossalazar They attach to the bottom of the door handle hinge. You can
see where we disconnect them from at the beginning of the video. Hope this
helps you out.
NIKLASAL2: Hey what kind of lubricant did you use? Great video BTW, thanks!
1A Auto Parts: It's white lithium grease. You can find it at you local auto parts store.
GPglider: I have a 03' Chevy 1500. If my tailgate won't open (I don't have the keys,
bought it used), will replacing the Tailgate handle fix that problem.
arizona p: GREAT VIDEO THANK YOU!!!
Carlos Salazar: I have an issue where my rods simply fell of the hook. I was hoping to see
how you placed them back in there needed position but i wasn't able to see
that due to the angle of the camera.
Mustang Medic: Excellent work guys, you helped the MustangMedic Truck. We do the same how
to videos on Mustangs!
1A Auto Parts: Thanks for watching. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
kenman1717: good instructional video. i work work at a dealer and do r&r tailgate
handles all the time. but one thing i have learned, lube is not always a
good thing, because it attracts dirt and debris which can cause the moving
parts to bind and seize. have had to take a torch to a few tailgate handle
pivots and burn off all the crap and lube in order to get them to move.
most of the time i replace them, but some people don't want to go that
ezskanken: I got an 05' GMC Sierra giving me 2 codes. P0054 and P0060. When I unplug
both sensor 2's on bank 1 and 2, the truck starts and runs. But when plug
them back in, the truck starts and then dies soon after. Please help! I've
gotten down from 10 codes down to these last 2, would love to be able to
drive my truck again. Been almost 2 months without it. Thank you in advance
and please keep making these great videos
Chad Douglass: I have an '03 Sierra that the tailgate won't stay shut sometimes on. I have
to slam it multiple times in order for it to latch. Will replacing the
tailgate handle fix this problem or is there a simpler way?
1A Auto Parts: Chad, try a little white lithium grease on the latch to see if that helps
to free it up. It could just be a little sticky. If that doesn't work then
you may need to replace the latch. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
1A Auto Parts: @ezskanken You may want to fix what the code's pointing to. It sounds like
there may be an issue with the H02S sensor.
silentmikew: I replaced a broken clip with 2 little zip ties
Mustang Medic: @1aauto Your one of the first channels that had good information we could
use for the MustangMedic Truck. Found out our back handel cowling was glued
on too. Just like your video..
soundlive7: Thanks for the great vid!
6SpeedSilverado: what about the door handle, i cant find a video on this?
1A Auto Parts: If the truck has a pain on bed liner as shown in the video, you would need
to trim it away so that you can get a socket on the bolt.
Harrison Taylor: I drive a 1996 gmc sierra 1500 and my tailgate handle doesnt work very
well, do you have a video on how to replace that style of handle?
sarg: thanks for this my handle was missing i hade to use vise grips to pull
those strands to un latch it lol
George Brown: sir i have a 78 chevy and i have been fixing it up from the steering hoses
to the windows panels tailgate and all and if i had a problem i went to
youtube and went to 1A Auto and i dont want to sound like im advertising
for ya but you sure did help me out alot on my truck and i thank you keep
up the good work on the videos.
1A Auto Parts: @MustangMedicdotcom Thank you for checking out our auto repair channel on
robert crosby: I have a 1995 GMC Suburban with two "barn doors" for a tailgate. The latch
mechanism in the left door is broken. Do you have a video about how to
repair it and the parts to do so? The broken piece is the piece that moves
both wires to release the top and bottom latches when you pull on the
handle that is revealed when the right door is open. Seems like a few
plastic parts have split...
Guinelle1: that tailgate was obviously repainted at one point, whoever removed the
bezel probably broke it and you can see the overspray all over the old
1A Auto Parts: Unfortunately normally those clips come with the handle itself and is not
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