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2003 TC Signature - Driver Door Panel Cubby Latch Broken - Can It Be Replaced?

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wolf_walker

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Lots of folks that weren't willing to spend too much on this issue found fine fixes, here's one:

The last pair of these latches I bought from the dealer were $26 each, they are still listed for that.

I talk to people all the time that are either not bright enough or too lazy to innovate or think outside the box, or
to shop smart, and it costs them in both time and money.
As it should.
 

wolf_walker

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These days you can almost always find a makerspace or such or a community center or school or something with a 3d printers, most of the folks into such are always happy to find a use for the things. I've been meaning to have a bunch printed and, *drum roll*, sell them on ebay to people not resourceful or gumption-full enough to do it themselves.
 
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