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2019/09/08 11:52:20 (permalink)

Door lock

Ok O clever ones passenger door lock barrel has come loose disconnected  ,how does one gain access to the the handle 
The door card is removed to gain access to the handle nuts 
Paul 

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    T911UK
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    Re: Door lock 2019/09/09 07:37:12 (permalink)
    Under the 2 little nuts on the studs, handle comes off.

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    Re: Door lock 2019/09/09 09:49:43 (permalink)
    Thanks but the one by the door pillar is inexcablethrough the hole provided because there is a metal bar in the way
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    Re: Door lock 2019/09/09 10:47:05 (permalink)
    Did you get my email Paul? Not sure Bentley was much help - is there an additional door bar in a Targa..?
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    Re: Door lock 2019/09/09 11:09:59 (permalink)
    Yes there is quite a hunk of metal right where the accessible
    Aim bringing her on Thursday will you be there?
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    Re: Door lock 2019/09/09 17:47:09 (permalink)
    Side intrusion bars fitted to coupe models are lower than the door handle, below the latch mechanism. But the targa may have had something higher up to add front impact rigidity lost when the roof was removed, although I can't find any reference to one...
    Someone on here must know the answer.
     
    I won't be there Thursday, we'll be half way between Caen and Malcesine
     
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    Re: Door lock 2019/09/09 22:07:35 (permalink)
    That's what it looks like
    Have a good time in France Where is it your going don't know of this place
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    Re: Door lock 2019/09/09 22:21:50 (permalink)
    Italy, Lake Garda - as usual...
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