Question about 1992 Toyota Camry V6
Window on driver side of 2003 Camry stuck. Had similar problem earlier with passenger side. Quckly slamming the door multiple times worked. the same solution does not apply to driver side..
You can adjust the door latch by aligning the male and female portion of each. This can be adjusted by loosening the screw and aligning it. And finally when aligned, tighten the screw. Unless otherwise if the door hinges are loose, such that the doors are misaligned, then, you have to replace the door hinges. Or put a bushing at the door hinges to keep it
aligned. This will correct the defect.
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