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I have a 95 Toyota Celica, and my locks automatically lock and unlock when I turn my car on and off and take the key out of the ignition. But recently the passenger side door wont lock from the inside by hand, it wont lock with the remote, and it wont lock with the key from the outside. My passenger side lock wont lock AT ALL...

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You might want to take the door panel off and check the metal rods that connect on the inside of the door to make sure that one of the plastic inserts hasn't broken. If you find that it has broken there are several different ways to fix that. Some use black tape, some use an epoxy. I don't recommend the epoxy due the the fact that that metal rod turns inside the metal bracket that controls the lock.

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