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Replacing door handle on a 2005 Mitsubishi Endeavor XLS rear passenger door handle

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Remove inner door handle and arm rest if applicable, with a flat screw driver or chisel leaver door cover away so as to gain access, undo the screws on old handle,remove rods ,then remove handle fit ,new handle .mark rods with paint so they go back in the same place.

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