|Manufacturer||Dorman - HELP|
|Place of Business||COLMAR, PA, 18915 US|
|Product Dimensions||21.08 x 8.89 x 4.32 cm; 63.5 Grams|
|Item model number||76946|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer part number||76946|
|OEM part number||E6DZ5423342A; E6DZ5423342D; E9DZ5423342H; F6UZ1523342AAA|
|Item Weight||63.5 g|
|Country of origin||Taiwan|
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Dorman Window Handle, Black, 76946
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|Item dimensions L x W x H||21.1 x 8.9 x 4.3 centimeters|
|Item weight||0.14 Pounds|
|Package type||Standard Packaging|
|Number of Items||1|
|Cover Included||Window Handle|
About this item
- Made of plastic with a black finish
- Clear knob
- Easy to install
- Limited lifetime warranty
- Made of plastic with a black finish^Clear knob^Easy to install^Limited lifetime warranty
From the manufacturer
Handle door and liftgate repairs with ease
Door handles, liftgate handles, and window cranks are subject to extensive wear and tear. Fortunately, our high-quality handles, cranks, and repair kits make these jobs faster, easier, and more affordable than ever before—whether it's a DIY fix at home or a customer repair in your shop.
Our superior handles and cranks are available instantly, offer the same fit and functionality as OE, and we're continually innovating in new technologies to stay ahead of the game. That's why Dorman is the undisputed aftermarket leader.
It’s easy to get a grip on handle and crank repairs when you choose the aftermarket leader.
Why? Because we have thousands of direct replacements for millions of vehicles readily available, as well as improved designs that increase future durability.
- Choose #1 – Nobody beats our coverage—we’ve got your handle
- Save time – Order handles and cranks online or in-store, and install them in minutes
How Dorman improves on OE designs
Our replacement handles and cranks are engineered to match the look, feel, texture, and function of original parts. But that's not all. Because handles and cranks often fail over time due to corrosion and debris intrusion, we improve on original designs whenever we see an opportunity, such as improving seal or materials.
- Cut costs, not corners – Get the same fit and function as the factory equipment, for less
- Increase reliability – Many OE FIX designs featured upgraded gaskets and metal components to help prevent future failures
Dorman’s Window Crank Handles are made of durable metal or plastic to withstand years of use. For your convenience, we also offer Window Crank Handle Adapters-- and a full range of other repair solutions-- through our Help! Product line.
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How about the worst part?
The screws it came with were faulty. I was not screwing the handles in hard at ALL (in fact, it was BARELY screwed in comfortably when the HEAD OF THE SCREW SNAPPED OFF). Now I have a tiny little screw stuck in my door, which I can’t take off because it’s fastened by that screw. I also can’t roll the window up or down because of that. I honestly have no idea what to do. It’s too deep to pry out. It’s too small to pry out. Wtf Dorman! Quality control!
Other than that, 2 star product MAX. The plastic is somehow WAY worse quality than even the original ford part. It’s not smooth, the piece that spins is too tight on one of them and annoyingly rattles on the other. Do yourself a favor, look elsewhere for window cranks. There’s a reason this is like 3 bucks. You could end up so much more worse off than you started.
1) The dimensions are wrong for a 1992 F150. Close but not right. The boss that you slide over the splined knob is too long, causing the handle to protrude from the door a few tenths of an inch too far, and will likely result in a broken handle.
2) The actual revolving knob that you grasp does not turn freely and is poorly molded, with major flash problems.
3) They could not have used a poorer plastic compound for this application. Thin, flimsy and cheap. It makes the cheap OEM part look like high grade equipment.
This is par for the course for Dorman parts I've purchased -- ill-fitting, cheaply made, and barely usable. I only ordered one as I feared this would be the case. I'll look for a better part elsewhere, perhaps a salvage yard. This isn't worth a dollar, let alone six of them.