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Re: The drivers door handel
Yes, you'll have to remove the interior panel to assemble the linkage for the handle.
If you don't already have a panel removal tool, I'd swing by your local parts store and pick one up. They're normally around ten bucks and will save you from damaging your panel (sometimes they can be a bit tricky on these Explorers).
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You will need to take inside door panel loose which is a little hard with door shut but it can be done and probably replace door Handel if the Handel it's self is not broke it's most likely just a little plastic clip that holds the rod to the lock
Most mitsubushi door handels have a loop and hook type connection,
You most likley un hooked the lever.
You need to remove the door handel with the panel attached to the door and re-hook the lever.
Take inside door panel off with door handle, you will need a tool that releases the clips that hold door panel to door and screw drive for handel,,take your time and always look for a buddy to help if you never done this before, once panel is off you will see exactly what is needed to remove window
I just fixed my 2005 Aveo door lock. like so many it fell in to the inside and was hitting the window rod and locking. The fix was not to bad, I removed the 3 screws on the bottom door panel, one in the center of door pull and the one behind the arm pull. Then the door panel can be pulled out and up to unhook it from the window seam. I did not un hook the linkage from the door handel, I just slid panel down and let it hang to the side. Then peel the water film back so you can reach in and get the key lock back in to the hole. I found that my lock had rotated down and needed to be rotated back so the screw arm lines back up with the screw hole. I found a replacement screw in my screw tin that worked, tested it and it worked fine. Just revers the door panel removal proceduer making shur that the two hooks on back of the door handel cup is hooked into the two slots on door frame ot it will stick out and you will not be able to put the one screw in, dun deal.
using small hook tools and tack pullers shaped like mini wonder bars, you can remove the door panel. once removed, you can fish around on the bottom middle of the door and pull the cable to unlatch the door.