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Driver side door lock stuck

How do I "pop" the locking mechanism on the inside of the door so the door will latch close? The mechanism was accidentially push so now the door will not hook on to the metal loop bar to remain shut. my husband is having same issue, but driver side door won't shut because lock is engaged (if that makes sense). Please help!!!!

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You will need to use a Pair of Vice Grips on the Lever While Opening the Door with the Handle at the Same time. It should Pop Right Back into Place.

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