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Old 04-21-2013, 09:35 PM   #1
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Broken door knob

Hi guys. I'm struggling with identifying which part number i need to order for broken door knob i broke. The plastic door knob that locks and unlocks driver left door.
Anyone can help me with that please?

Here is the list of parts
http://www.hondapartscheap.com/parts...ning/door-lock

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Old 04-22-2013, 01:19 PM   #2
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just looking at the drawing and the link, it looks like you need #19 in whichever color suits your car. That's a bit steep and I would think you could find it at a junkyard cheaper but hey, sometimes time is more valuable than money.

I remember friends riding around with busted door handles all through highschool. One actually just used a 10mm wrench to opeh his door. nobody broke in because they didn't know...and it was a huge POS.
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Beef thanks man. That's exactly what it is. Thing is i was like wtf. The knob is $42..that' nuts. What i realized right after that is that you can not buy a knob itself which is why it's 43 because it's entire inside lock mechanism. Thanks that helped. Already found something way cheaper. Still not price i wanted at but it will have to do. Thing is i spend too much money on this car and little things not working are bugging me a lot so need to fix it.
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upkeep can be a killer but if you think of what carpayments are running anymore, it is actually quite a deal.

I have been sitting back waiting for my car to die for years. I paid $2000 for it with 95,000 miles on it. I have had it for 9 years and it currently has 250,000 miles on it. I don't have any further goals for it as I always surpass the goal I set (usually mileage wise). My first goal was to get 120,000 miles out of it before it dies.
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Old 04-23-2013, 07:26 PM   #6
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You need the interior handle? Driver side? Junkyard. I'll check my pile of spares. No dice got a outer handle and the lock levers those always break. I'll have to remember next time and get a set of both handles. Be glad they still make them.
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Thanks Rusty. I found a new one for $17 and will buy it. In my state those cars do not exist, even in the junk yard. Last time i went looking for back board there was not a single one, no vx, no dx, no hatchback for that matter. All older cars in my state were sold for cash for junker few yrs back. This car is a dinosaur in my state. I'm like Jay leno driving vintage old honda...hahaha
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There are always 3 or 4 92- 95 civics and there are 3 pull it yards within 20 min of me. The non power options are sometimes hard to score but there. They are always picked over heavily but every month there are fresh kills. And no one knows about the yard 5 min from me. I'll soon keep those in stock. Thanks for the tip.
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