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You will basically have to replace the cancel cam to correct this problem. Some disassembly of the steering wheel components may be required and if the vehicle is equipped with air bags it is probably better left to a professional.
yes you do and no it isn't, Just use care once you get to the handle to watch for the clips that hold the connecting rods if your model has them,, other than that a couple of screws and your home free,, I would make sure I have the replacement handle in hand ,, that way you can see what hold downs it has prior to disassembly
take a screwdriver handle and knock along the side and see if you can knock it loose. Years of grime are in the hole and making the button stick. maybe spray some windex down the hose and see if it will loosen. I dont think it comes apart.
the fan shroud is actually a full station unit it houses coolant and winshield fluid, to remove it you must first locate all the bolts that connect the top and bottob portion the unit disassembles like a sharks mouth look down the sides the bolts will be on the sides and rad cradle(top) they are 10 mil.
This is a very common problem with the early model Sequoias. The handle assembly has a poor design.
There is an extended thread about this problem on www.tundrasolutions.com. Go to the Sequoia section. There are several threads that give step by step instructions on disassembling the door and repairing the lock and handle. There are also several suggestions about steps to take to keep the problem from recurring.
I had the same issue with both the inside and outside door handles of my '95 Camry LE.
They are not too expensive. $15-20 each, sometimes you can find a set of four for $50. Try Amazon.com, that's where I just bought my new handles.
Replacement is time-consuming, but relatively easy to figure out. If you have the Haynes manual for your car, it will describe the steps required to disassemble the door paneling and replace the handles. Have a Phillips AND Flathead screwdriver handy. You will need both to disassemble your door.
I usually get a haynes manual for this problem it will tell you the proper tools and procedure with out needing an automechanic standing by your side pep boys or your local auto store should sell these manuals hope this helps