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Old 10-15-2007, 08:52 PM
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Two Questions about my 2000 L

1) What's the labor in hours to replace the super-charger belt? I think I hear it slipping when I nail it.

2) How hard is it to install the (outside) drivers door handle with a 04 version that has the programed buttons?
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1) What's the labor in hours to replace the super-charger belt? I think I hear it slipping when I nail it.
It takes about thirty seconds and a 1/2 drive ratchet.

As for belt slip, changing the belt may help a tad, for awhile, but getting 100mm idlers (to replace the stock 90mm) can help. But the best way to minimize belt slip (other than getting a cog setup) is to get a Magnum Powers idler bracket.

The MP setup is better than any other Metco style of idler bracket setup because the MP idler bracket wraps the belt on the snout pulley from the proper side.

The MP wraps the belt from the drive side of the pulley, instead of wrapping it on the release side of the supercharger pulley like the Metco bracket does.

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2) How hard is it to install the (outside) drivers door handle with a 04 version that has the programed buttons?
Here ya go:

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NOTE: RH side shown, LH side similar.
  1. Remove the front door trim panel. For additional information, refer to Section 501-01.
  1. Position the watershield aside.
  1. Remove the parts in the order indicated in the following illustration and table.
  1. To remove individual parts, only carry out the listed steps:
    PartSteps
    Exterior door handle1,2, 8-11
    Front door latch1-6
    Front door lock actuator1-7
    Front door lock rod1-6


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    ItemPart NumberDescription
    1 22134 Lock cylinder actuating rod (if equipped)
    Removal Note
    2 22152/22153 Exterior door handle actuating rod
    Removal Note
    3 W705830 Bolts (three required)
    4 Electrical connector(s) (part of wiring harness 14A005)
    5 21812 Front door latch Removal Note/
    Installation Note
    6 218A00/218A01 Front door lock rod
    7 218B20 Front door lock actuator
    8 N620480S Nuts (two required)
    9 Seals (two required)
    10 W503921-S Bolts (two required)
    11 22400 Exterior door handle Removal Note
    Installation Note
  1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.
Item 1: Lock Cylinder Actuating Rod Removal Note
  1. If equipped, release the actuating rod from the lock cylinder.
Item 2: Exterior Door Handle Actuating Rod Removal Note

  1. Open the clip and release the actuating rod from the front door latch.
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Item 5: Front Door Latch Removal Note

  1. Release the actuating cable locator.
Item 11: Exterior Front Door Handle Removal Note

  1. If equipped, disconnect the keyless entry keypad electrical connector and disconnect the harness channel from the door.
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Item 11: Exterior Front Door Handle Installation Note

  1. If equipped, connect the keyless entry keypad electrical connector and install the harness channel in the door.
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Item 5: Front Door Latch Installation Note

  1. Transfer components as necessary.
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Hope that helps.

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Fantastic reply (as alwas)........... Many Thanks!!

I see that the idler bracket pulley is here at:
http://www.magnumpowers.com/light_access.php

But it looks like they don't sell direct, can you suggest a supplier for this?

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I'd keep an eye on the classified threads at NLOC and SVT Performance for used one if you want to save a few coins.

If not, I know JDM used to sell them, I'm not sure if he still does.

I'll have to check around to see which Lightning vendors have these.

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