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Trying to replace the clip on the door handle rod-have 3 out of 4 doors that do not work and really getting old. Have the door panel off and removed 2 screws from the handle assembly. Where is the plastic clip that connects the door hadle assembly that needs replaced?

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The problem is most likely the door lock actuators which fail and as they get worn out. Not uncommon. If it was a clip, generally you would here some sort of rattling every time you closed the door. The clip I believe you are refering to is on the back of the handle and twists out(a prtion of the clip goes over the rod to hold it in place)and then you pull the rod out. Let me know if you ned anything else and I will be happy to help.

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