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So, after delaying the job, I thought I’d try another method.

I zip tied the lock so it was out of the way, and to avoid hurting my fingers, I just used a long nose plier to get the short end behind the little plastic part.

The only issue I have is I’m finding that the pin hole is not aligning at all. I can, however, manually align this myself if I adjust the plastic hook. I wonder if this is normal or that I’ve done something wrong.

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If you push the cam a little bit into place, together with moving the handle and wiggling the entire contraption, it will go into place! Do not lose heart!
PS: do not forget some harsh language, always helpful!

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My door handle pulled out of the door today. The metal post that holds the roll pin has snapped which makes the handle unrepairable (as far as I can tell).

Does anyone here have a spare RHD drivers door handle available? I'm waiting for a few breakers to get back to me but most don't seem keen to sell just the drivers handle.