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I have a 1991 Plymouth Voyager. The drivers door is out of alignment and has caused the locking mechanism to become bent and now it it broken all together so the door will not stay shut. Where can I get another locking assembly?

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    Thank you so much. No offense taken either. I am a single mom who knows nothing about automotive repair. I can change the oil and tires and know where all the different fluids go but thats about it. Fortunately I am the type if you give me a book with pictures and instructions, I can do almost anything.



    Should I get the part I need from a salvage yard or buy new, or does it really make a difference? You may not know but about how much should I expect to pay for the part I need?

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Totally agree get your lock mechanism from the salvage yard, most of them have door and glass men there that will install part for a very nominal fee

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Ok what you will need for the door alignment problem is a "door pin" this is a pin that goes in between the door hinges much like a door pin that would be in your home. That will solve the alignment problem. Either new door pins or adjusting the pins with a pair of pliers. As far as the locking assembly you will have to take the inside panel off the door and find your way around the inside and try to see how to disconnect the unit. No offense at all but it sounds like you may not be to savvy to do this because the locking mechanism is a difficult part because of the moving parts and such. I would suggest going to ebay looking for the parts and bringing them to a shop to fix it. its cheaper if you bring the parts. If you are up to it. Purchase yourself a Haynes or similar manuel for 20 bucks and it will contain pictures and diagrams of everything you need to do. Good luck and take your time fixing it.

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