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It's on the left hand side of the motor. It is yellow in color, if you cannot find it, chances are that the dipstick handle is broken off. That was a major flaw for those cars. Look on the left hand side and see if you see anything that resembles a broken handle or dipstick tube. Very common, but you will find it
the inside door handle is probably broken. the cable may have popped out but usually its because the clips on the inside door handle break off. luckily you can just replace the handle and not have to get a whole new door panel
put the back seats down and take off the interior panel on the boot and check the linkages that go from the handle to the latch. one may be broken or bent or it may be a cable that is stretched or broken.
You have to pull the interior door panel off, remove the two fastners that hold the exterior handle on....disconnect the two plastic clips for the lock rod....reinstall in reverse order.....have some metric sockets on hand and an extension.