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Shadyman’s 1995 Chevrolet Corsica

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  • Nov 14, 2013

How To: Fix your (rear) door lock.
1. Remove your door panel: There are 2 screws in the handle assembly (one behind the door handle, one behind the lock) and 2 screws in ... more

Another Shadyman 1995 Chevrolet Corsica post...
  • Nov 14, 2013

How To: Fix your (rear) door lock.
1. Remove your door panel: There are 2 screws in the handle assembly (one behind the door handle, one behind the lock) and 2 screws in ... more

  • Engine Size
    N/A
  • HP
    155
  • 0-60 Time
    N/A
  • Weight
    2638
  • 1/4m sec
    N/A
  • Torque
    -1
  • Top Speed
    -1 mph
  • Exterior Color
    N/A
  • Interior Color
    N/A
  • Tires Michelin Tires

    Date Installed
    Oct. 7, 2005

    Installed 10/07/2005

  • Mobile Electronics MA Audio Subwoofers

    Date Installed
    Oct. 7, 2005

    Installed 10/07/2005

  • Air & Fuel Delivery K&N Intake

    Date Installed
    Oct. 7, 2005

    Installed 10/07/2005

  • Mobile Electronics Kenwood Head Unit

    Date Installed
    Oct. 7, 2005

    Installed 10/07/2005

  • Mobile Electronics MA Audio Sub Enclosure

    Date Installed
    Oct. 7, 2005

    Installed 10/07/2005

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Comments (3)
  • Mike Landry
    I just completed a door latch repair on the front drivers door on my 1988 Chevy Corsica. The door would act as if still locked after being unlocked. If other repair blogs, I knew the problem was probably a rusted compression spring in the door latch assembly. After I pulled the assembly (rivets out, 3 torx screws, and rods disconnected), it surely was the 1.75 inch spring that was pratically melted away. It cost one dollar to replace. I replaced that and the door latch now works fine. But I had problems in the reassembly trying to get the yellow-tipped rod connected to the door handle. I finally removed the door handle and placed the yellow-tip rod using a rubber band to secure the rod in the door handle slot. Then I connected the internal spring clip. So that is my tip. Remove the door handle to make the reassembly easier. It sure helped me.
  • corsicalt2002
    Thanks for the comment. Only seen 2 others with the same scheme. My other corsica, i recently put up, is also two tone. I do like the gray!! I really like the gray with the blck trim...for the 95/96 cayenne and light blue are my favs.
  • Juiceman81
    looks aiight , good luck with it , hopefully yours don't break as much as mine lol