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Inside door latch is not hooking, now i am unable to open my door from the inside.

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I have the same issue. Does anybody have pictures of how to check the latch?

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Open door remove trim pieces than remove door panel check the clips on both sides of int door release rod if missing replace if there check release leaver for damage replace if bent

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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SOURCE: unable to open driver side door with inside latch

take the bezel off around th door handle. take the screw out of the armrest. pull out the window switches and pull out on the door handle and pull up .disconnect the last two plugs then you can see the whole door handle

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SOURCE: driver's side door latch wont open door from inside

Go to http://www.hmaservice.com/ and register (vehicle by VIN). Afterward, you'll have access to technical information (manuals, wiring diagrams, service bulletins, etc) about your vehicle.

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SOURCE: replace door latch linkage on 94 dodge caravan

Did you double check to see if the child lock switch on the sliding door is up or down?

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inspect the door hindge pins and busings it sounds like they are getting worn out and maybe due for replacement. also look and see if the spring in the hindge is still their. if all is well have the door adjusted properly to repair your problem.

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SOURCE: 95' Camry drivers door lock is Jammed. Door wont open at all.

You tell me. Is jammed?

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Door won t stay closed


The door catch is down or has lost a spring inside the hook
No simple fix but too replace door latch inside
In order to drive car with door that way no back seat passengers till fixed but use tie down ratchet straps from door to door inside handles
This will keep door shut then can drive vehicle normal till door catch is fixed its simple hour job to replace just buy parts have mechanic shop install

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You need to see if the latch bar ( curved metal piece that holds onto the strike bolt ) is in the closed position - if so, you'll need a helper to open it. You should also check to see if it is lubricated, which can keep it from latching.
When you look into the latch assembly, you should see a clear pathway for the striker bolt to enter the assembly. If there is a bar ( or hook ) blocking it, then you can use a flat blade screwdriver to move it to the open position. Insert the screwdriver into the latch assembly where you can pry on the inside of the hook, using the body of the door for leverage. position your screwdriver and then have your helper pull ( or push ) the outside door button / handle as you apply a small amount of pressure to the inside of the hook - the hook should easily slide out of the way. If it is hard to move, you'll need to spray some lubrication into the latch assembly. You can buy a can of white lithium grease in a spray can that will do the job.
There is a certain angle you'll need to pry in to get the latch to open - you may need to place the blade of the screwdriver through the hook and on the outside edge of the door or outside edge of the latch assembly, then gently push the screwdriver handle towards the outside of the van as the handle/ button is used.
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The locking mechanism in my door is stuck in the closed position. that little "c" hook isnt moving at all, and my door will not fully close. is there a release latch somewhere?


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My door is all hooked up, with the exception of the outside door handle. the inside door handle pulls the rod which is hooked into the door latch but my door still wont open. i think maybe the latch is...


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Unable to open rear nearside door. I have managed to take off the door card and can now see the inside of the door but both the inside and outside door handles appear to be working but the lock mechanism...


Is your car door set up to override the lock mechanism if the door handle is pulled?

If it is not set to override, is your door still locked when you use the handle?

If the door is unlocked, is your door latch in the open position when you test the handle?

If open, close the door latch (not the door, just the latch) and pull the handle to see if this releases.

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Driver door won't open from inside or out. All


most of the time when this happens you have something wrong with the door latch instide the door... the peice the hooks the post .
you will need to go inside the car with a thin rod bend the end into a sharp S shape try to get ahold of the green plastic clip and push or pull depending on the latch type... once you get the door open you will have to replace the latch unless the rods on the inside have just come loose, or most of the time the lock part to the latch is broken and you will have to get ahold of the lock part with your rod you made to get it to unlock... hope this helps you a bit.

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