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in most vehicles, replacing the handle entails removing the inside of the door to access the mechanisms inside. there usually isn't a way around this. a repair manual can assist with directions on how to go about doing this type of project.
The outside door handle spring is broke ,or the latch spring is broke. The only way to tell is remove the door panel and inspect the rod from the handle to latch. Look for broken spring on handle. I have installed an external spring from the handle rod to latch to keep the rod in the full up position.
a small white plastic connector has broken at handle (outside) I discovered this tonight, removal of the handle does allow one to access the lift rod from the outside of the car via the hole left. The electric, and manual lock still works, and it will not open if locked! Good way to have fast access until replacement part can be found, I will update when that happens,