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Bent rod on driver side window - 1995 Honda Civic

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Change the window regulator (linkage) Your window won't line up unless you do, hard to bend them back perfect and it will fall off track.

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Driver door handle cant get out have rolling window down get out

You have to remove the door handle and window crank to remove the door panel, then re-connect the rod to the door latch in the back of the door. You
You'll see where the rod connects once you get in there with a light. The keeper clip probably just came off, maybe bent or broken and laying in the bottom.

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Oops anyhow i just posted the same question .our problem starts by putting the hood holder rod next to the headlight instead of next to the battery when we close our hood then our next problem is we turn our lights on well the hood holder rod gets in a bind when it tries to open .soo the short of it is that it gets bent so no guarantee adjusting it will work .that being said this process should work perfect on the drivers side .for the passengers side it just depends how many times it was put on the wrong side and tried to turn on the lights and how badly the mechanism was bent!!!!!!!

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Left drivers door will not open from inside it does open from outside how to repair

you will need to remove inner door panel, either the handle itself broke where the rod connects,or the rod fell off or broke at the door latch, or the door latch lever bent or corrodded, the outer and inner handles use the same door latch but not the same mechanisms or rods to operate the latch. Once you remove the door panel and the inner dust shield with the window up look in the bottom of door for clips or a rod or broken parts. and note latch and handle for boken or bent and missing pieces. once you start looking it all becomes self explanatory.

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Rods in rear are bent causing tires to wear

do you mean the tie rods or are you just looking there and see a part that looks bent? if both tires are wearing uneven, it could be just a rear wheel alignment that you need. did you just buy this car? it's possible something under the car is bent from a previous accident, but if you had this car for awhile and this problem just began then it may be just an alignment........good luck..p.s......if both tires are wearing uneven then it's unlikely a" rod "is bent , there would have to be a " rod " bent on both sides which is too coincidental.

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We have a 1997 ford sport that the drivers door will not open from outside

The rod from your out side door handle may have gotten unclipped or the rod is still clipped but has been bent and needs to be re bent straight. When you pull on the door handle, the rod connected to it moves down and pushed a leaver on the door lock. If the leaver was bent, the travel distance is shortened and does not push the leaver on the door luck to release it from the striker. Your going to have to remove the door panel and get to the out side door handle from the inside of the door and see if the rod has become unclipped or has been bent so you need to straighten it so it will move the door luck release leaver enough to work properly. If it is bent you don't have to remove it from the door handle, you should have enough room to do it with your fingers. Just take you time and note make sure your window is rolled up and take the ignition keys out of the ignition. Don't need to be listening to the radio and losing a finger. Good luck and keep me posted, if there is a Auto Zone, buy some extra door panel fasteners and they will also have the step by step to removing the door panel if you not sure how to do it and it's free.

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My 1997stratus will not turn right only left and straight

the tie rods are curved and the right is different from the left THEY put on the passenger side tie rod on the drivers side i bet

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I also have 1996 t & c with door actuator problems

The mechanical portions may be jamming, my Volvo got so bad on this, that I had to remove the keylock rod from the driver side.
Before going that far though, try spraying some lubricant on all of your lock's mechanical parts. If it's purely a mechanical problem, this will likely let your locks work correctly.
However, if one of the rods is bent, or the keylock is severly damaged, this will also prevent your locks from working correctly. Bent rod+replace that rod or assembly. If it's the keylock, you will have to get a new one.

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