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1995 Toyota Camry drivers side door latch unhooked

I cant see what to hook the loop inside the door to. The back of the door handle doesnt seem to have anything to hook onto that loop with.
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    how do you attach a 1994 driver side door handle

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On the metal rod that runs vertically up to the door handle, there should be a large yellow clip that holds the rod onto the handle. These break with regularity, look at the bottom of the inside of the door shell to see if it indeed has broken & fallen down.

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