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Author Topic: Aprilia internal front door lock levers  (Read 197 times)
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peterblenk
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« on: 11 May, 2020, 11:33:33 AM »

I find that the rear levers fit well, with the door trim in place, but that the fronts are an issue. First, on the driver's side, there does not appear any way to attach the lever to the mechanism, as the articulated rod that is actuated by the external key has no screw hole. Further, I found that the square end on the interior door lock was too short to reach the square female lock mechanism, once the door trim was in place. I had no problem with the rears. What have I missed?
I am still looking for the two-eyelet rear bumper hangars.
Peter
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simonandjuliet
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« Reply #1 on: 11 May, 2020, 12:01:51 PM »

Hi Peter
Not quite sure that I understand the problem. Do you mean the short levers on rear doors and passenger door (isn't one on the driver's side) ?

The external door lock should be held to the outer door metal by a nut on the inside and the articulated square fits into the square hole and is not held in place by anything more

Does that make sense - I can take more photos of my S2 if you wish. Photo below is a rear door - the square hole is the one you refer to ?


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