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I have a white 04 silverado and it has no key hole in the passanger side door! what is the part numbers i need?
 

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eric36 said:
I have a white 04 silverado and it has no key hole in the passanger side door! what is the part numbers i need?
You'll need a front driver handle and a rear passenger handle, as far as the part numbers not sure .. just make sure it is white and not the pearl white. Youmight have to settle for tahoe handles (no chrome)

I did some looking, can't guarentee these, but hope it helps.

Summit White handles (supposed to be Escalade handles):
15066575 FLH (w/ key hole)
15066574 FRH (w/ key hole)
15066577 RLH (w/o key hole)
15066576 RRH (w/o key hole)
 

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Sevenfold said:
You can't get the passenger side handle painted your color from the factory. I just bought black ones and had them painted.
Why can't he just use a rear door handle that doesn't have a key hole?
 

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I believe the mounting points are different.
Wow, I swear I thought someone had said they had done it. Anyone have some stock Tahoe rear door handles that maybe they took off to put on Escalade that we could see a picture of?

Anyways, why not get the one with the hole and block it off from behind, shouldn't be too hard ... maybe like an aluminum disc epoxied in from behind .. it would just look like a blank aluminum keyhole.
 

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Sevenfold said:
You can't get the passenger side handle painted your color from the factory. I just bought black ones and had them painted.
so is there no key hole in the black one? im not worried about them being painted i can get that done! what is the part numbers i need then?
 

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Someone posted that they used a rear door handle with modifications.
I found that the arm that the linkage attaches to has to be transferred to the new handle assembly. Also, one of the three mounting studs of the rear door handle is off slightly from the front door handle. One can drill or notch the sheet metal to accept the stud at its new location.

I just installed a front handle with a new lock cylinder. The cylinder is keyed to match but it's not hooked up.
 
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