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Driver door will only unlatch from the inside?

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How do i fix my drivers door it wont open inside/outside?


Very difficult to do. They sell jimmy kits that can be used through the window trim to get the door to unlatch. A locksmith will probably be able to open it for you or try to get the inside door panel off and manually open door using linkage inside of door.

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