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How do i remove the right out side door handle on a 1993 dodge dokota?

The door want open one of the rod is disconnected i believe it should connected to the door handle can you send pictures showing how to remove the out side handle.

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SOURCE: how do i remove the right front out side door handle on a 1993 dodge dokota pick up truck?

If you cant open the door at all you are screwed! To replace the outside handle you need to remove the door panel to access the bolts that attach the handle to the door.

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