Door Handle Pulls - 2pc
Handle Pull Trims, 1 x packet of promoter
IMPORTANT NOTE: BEFORE YOU BEGIN YOU MUST FIRST PREP THE SURFACE IN ORDER
TO ALLOW ADHESION. You do this by scrubbing the entire area with
household Isopropyl Alcohol (or rubbing alcohol) found at most
grocery stores and all hardware stores. Scrub the are vigorously to
remove any hint of oil.
2. Once properly cleaned take the piece of test strip tape
(included) and remove a portion of the back red liner. Stick the test
tape strip to the area in your interior where you will be mounting your new trim. Test
several areas. If it is tacky and sticks then proceed to the next
step. If it is not sticking very well in any of the spots you tested
then re-clean the area until the test strip sticks to all areas. If
the test strip tape doesn't stick well neither will your new trim
Whomever bends the part into shape should posses
some good hand-eye skill and coordination.
Take your Passenger Side Door Handle Pull and line it up carefully
at the top against the door panel. Starting Ensure the parts
widest side's edge is pushed up against the door
wall. Now while holding it in place slowly and carefully bend
down on the trim piece until it lays along the door handle at a 90
degree angle. If is not quite right you can flatten it out and
try and again.
Once you have formed it to the door panel take off the trim part and
over bend it somewhat. This will help it form to the door
handle area without wanting to pop off or pull up.
4. Now that your interior
areas have been prepared use the adhesive promoter packs/tubes
(provided) to wipe the areas of your dash or door where your new
stainless pieces will be mounted. Allow a few seconds to dry.
You have been provided with attachment
tape test strips. Use one of these to test the tack. If it seams to
stick well then you can proceed with your installation. If you can
not get the test tape to stick you will need to re-clean/scrub with
the 'Isopropyl' cleaner.
5. IMPORTANT: Before
you remove the liner for permanent attachment place each piece into
position and check the fit and also get acquainted with just how
each part sets in place. Ensure that your hand bending has produced a nice
perfect fit. Test it before removing the back red liner. If
the trim piece is not fitting perfectly - STOP. Call us.
Now that you are satisfied with
the shape and fit peel the red release liner and gently set each
piece into position.
Make any final tiny adjustments. At this point you can
firmly press along the surface of the trim piece starting at the
center and working your way out.
NOTE: Extra care must be taken when cleaning your
dash kit. It is a good idea to lightly dust your kit with a clean
soft cloth first in order to prevent any particles from scratching
it. Then wipe (using a new clean soft cloth) with a good quality
streak free glass cleaner.
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