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Old 01-22-2011, 08:36 AM   #1
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Door handle light?

Does anyone know how yo fix the door handle light on a T,S. i removed the handle and there is 12 volts at that point but i can,t see any lamp are you supposed to buy a whole new expensive unit...PK42
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Does anyone know how yo fix the door handle light on a T,S. i removed the handle and there is 12 volts at that point but i can,t see any lamp are you supposed to buy a whole new expensive unit...PK42
Not sure what type handle you have but ours is in 3 sections, the clear lit portion in the middle and chrome sections on the top and bottom. Our pulls apart between the clear and chrome revealing either lights or LEDs. They can be replaced for a few $$. Good luck and safe travels
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The handle on mine is also in three pieces with the bulb just resting between the clear grab handle and one of the chrome mounts. I'm guessing your grab handle is just stuck into one of the chrome mounts.

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Thanks guys you were both right the handle was siliconed in and was very hard to get out so I first thought it was one piece,but once I got it out there was the led.once again thanks pk 42.
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