At one time or another, most minitruckers have had the enjoyment of installing a door-popper kit after shaving off the door handles. After all, leaving your window down all of the time isn't a viable option in many parts of the country. With this in mind, how much fun is it adjusting the tension and dealing with dropping the tiny Allen-screw into the black abyss at the bottom of the door? Or, how about the numerous attempts at mounting the popper in just the right spot? Yes, this is the normal fun stuff that we minitruckers deal with, but AVS thinks a little differently.
AVS constantly revaluates products in an effort to make them more user friendly for the DIY minitrucker. So, it was no surprise when they came up with this user friendly door-popper setup for late-model S-10s; which will also work for most late-model GM trucks. The simple installation brings you back on the road to drag your truck in no time wasted. Follow along and see just how easy it is to pop your freshly shaved doors. For more information, contact the company listed in the source box.
Remove the door panel and the three screws holding the latch.
Using a pick tool, carefully unsnap the plastic retaining clip that holds the metal rod to
Using a flat-head screwdriver, gently pry the rod out of the guide clips. Leave the other
Next, squeeze the clip that holds the wiring to the door and push it through.