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Your vehicle contains a myriad small parts that are, in a word, forgettableuntil something goes wrong with them. This includes your Hyundai door handles. You probably don't give your Hyundai door handles a second thought until one of them jams, sticks, or breaks off, leaving you with an inoperative door. You can experience serious inconvenience with a malfunctioning Hyundai door handle, whether it is an inner or outer door handle or the handle on your SUV's back door. Hyundai door handles are generally either plastic or metal, and represent the visible portions of the system contained in your door panels that provide you with access to your vehicle. Your Hyundai door handles work in conjunction with toothed wheels called rotors installed in your door's side panels. The rotors are held in place when you engage the locks on the doors to prevent them from opening, and released when your car is unlocked. When you stop to think about it, your Hyundai door handles are one of the most frequently used components of your vehicle. If you abuse your Hyundai door handles by pulling hard or slamming the doors, they are subject to damage that can result in severe inconvenience. For example, if the outer Hyundai door handle on your driver's side door stops working, you will have to either reach in through the window or crawl over the passenger seat to release the door with the interior handle. If your interior Hyundai door handles get pulled off track or broken, the same frustrating situation results. Take good care of your Hyundai door handles and replace malfunctioning parts by ordering replacements from our easy to navigate online catalogue. We carry the Hyundai door handles you need at affordable prices, with fast and convenient shipping straight to your door.

Hyundai Door Handle

Summary

 

  • Hyundai Motor Company has its own Hyundai Parts Department known as Hyundai Mobis.
  • Hyundai Mobis was ranked as 2018’s seventh-largest automotive supplier in the world.
  • OEM stands for original equipment manufacturer, meaning OEM parts come from the official part manufacturer of a specific make that is labeled with the OEM’s brand.
  • OE replacement parts, on the other hand, can be manufactured by multiple companies that are not directly connected to a brand.
  • OE replacement parts undergo strict evaluation and testing to pass OEM standards. The stringent testing process makes OE part as good, if not better, as OEM-grade parts.
  • CarParts.com only features the most reputable brands of OE replacement Hyundai door handles that only use the highest quality of materials.


Hyundai Motor Company began selling cars for the American market in 1986. The first model sold in the country was the Excel. It was an instant hit but was only short-lived due to early issues. However, Hyundai managed to become one of the fastest-growing automakers in the US with its succeeding models. Currently, Hyundai offers internal combustion models and green vehicles like the Hyundai Ioniq and Nexo hydrogen fuel cell-powered crossover.

 

Hyundai’s reputation has gotten better since the Excel subcompact car. Succeeding models were made even better and more reliable but that didn’t mean owners wouldn’t need replacement parts for their car. Among the parts that get damaged due to excessive use is the car door handle. If you’re in the market for a Hyundai door handle, be it an inside door handle or exterior door handle, here are the important things you need to know.

 

Who manufactures genuine Hyundai parts?

Hyundai Motor Company has its own Hyundai Parts Department known as Hyundai Mobis. This means it manufactures and supplies its own replacement parts. Hyundai Mobis was originally founded as Hyundai Precision & Industries Corporation in 1977, with “parts and service” arm for Hyundai, Genesis, and Kia. The long name was revised to shorter Hyundai Mobis in 2000. The company was ranked as 2018’s seventh-largest automotive supplier in the world. Hyundai Mobis is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.

 

The difference between OEM and OE replacement door handles?

If you’re looking for door handle replacement parts online, you probably have come across terms like OEM and OE replacement. To cut the confusion, OEM stands for original equipment manufacturer, meaning OEM parts come from the official part manufacturer of a specific make that are labeled with the OEM’s brand. Hyundai Mobis manufactures parts for Hyundai so the parts you can directly get from them are considered OEM.

 

OE replacement parts, on the other hand, can be manufactured by multiple companies that are not directly connected to a brand—unlike OEM parts that are solely manufactured by Hyundai Mobis. 

 

Are OE replacement Hyundai door handles as good as their OEM counterpart?

OE replacement parts undergo strict evaluation and testing to pass OEM standards. The stringent testing process makes OE replacements as good, if not better, as OEM-grade parts. Brands who manufacture OE replacements reverse-engineer genuine parts to create a high-quality replica. The process enables them to enhance or revise any issues within the part.

 

Typically, ordering parts from your dealership may take up weeks or months before it actually gets shipped. The OE replacement Hyundai door handles you can get from CarParts.com are relatively cheaper and can be shipped quicker. Choosing CarParts.com would also save you from acquiring low-quality, untested door handles that could compromise your vehicle’s overall quality. The website only features the most reputable brands of OE replacement Hyundai door handles that only use the highest quality of materials.

 

How much are Hyundai door handles?

The price of OE replacement door handles varies depending on what year and model your Hyundai car is. In addition to that, prices are also affected by the brand manufacturer. For example, a Hyundai Elantra door handle could cost less or more compared with a Hyundai Sonata door handle depending on whichever brand manufactured it. OE replacement Hyundai door handles typically cost around $1 to $50. Both exterior and interior door handles are sold individually or in sets. 

 

Finding the right fit for your Hyundai

To ensure perfect OE replacement door handle fitting on your specific Hyundai vehicle, indicate its year, make, model on the filter tab of the website’s search menu. Hyundai has 10 models across its current lineup. Most nameplates in the range have at least two generations, which is why it will be easier for you to filter and narrow down your search.
 

How to Troubleshoot Your Hyundai Door Handle

Is your Hyundai door handle having problems opening or closing the door? Is it stuck? Is it not working? Did a carjacker break it in his attempt to steal your car? Is your interior or exterior door handle broken? Does it require replacement or not? Indeed, there's a wide array of inconveniences associated with a broken car door handle, such as your inability to open or lock the door as you see fit.

Initial considerations and diagnosis

There are many reasons for door handle or lock issues, like the driver putting in the wrong key in the keyhole, pulling on the handle too hard, or the handle getting stuck because too much dirt and grime has ended up inside it. What's more, most door handles are made of plastic. This is a good thing if you're attempting to repair rather than replace the handle.

Most motorists are capable of disassembling the handle when push comes to shove in order to mend it or replace it with a new handle. Just take note that the interior door handle is easier to access because of its interior location and the fact that door panels from the inside are detachable by design.

Door handle is jammed or stuck

If your Hyundai door handle has ended up jammed or makes noises when it's opened, then you should inspect it to know what's causing it to stay stuck or hard to pull. Plastic door handles that are hard to open are likely filled with dirt and grease, thus explaining why they're jammed. In order to fix them, you should clean them up from the inside after disassembling them.

Door handles made of aluminum or stainless steel can also suffer from this type of jamming. Non-stainless metal door handles from vintage cars can corrode to the point of having squeaky or rusted joints. Spraying it with WD-40 or some lubricant might be called for.

Door handle itself has been compromised

If the door handle itself has been compromised, then you should seriously consider replacing it altogether. Regardless, you'll have to open your car door and remove the handle in question. With an interior handle, you only need to worry about door handle wires. With an exterior handle, there are electrical connectors and operating rods to consider if you have an automatic window.

If it's a bet plastic handle that's been removed for repair, they might be able to mend the handle by reforming its shape. If the handle is instead cracked, you might need to use a basic glue gun to put it back together again. Just heat the glue and apply it on the cracked area. Give it ample time to set to ensure the integrity of the piece.

Door handle lock is outright broken

If the lock mechanism itself has been lost or broken, you should consider having a professional take a look at it unless your DIY automotive repair skills are up to par when it comes to fixing both the handle and the lock. A mechanic or professional automotive technician should be able to tell whether the handle remains fixable or not.

In summary, replacing exterior handles is also harder to do when compared to interior handles because of the presence of the window and window regulator or window crank opener of your car. Depending on the specific features of this handle, you might need to get inside, remove panels, and remove the handle in order to work on it or replace it altogether.

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