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HOW DO YOU REPAIR EXTERIOR DRIVERS SIDE DOOR HANDLE 1995 EAGLE TALON. THE INSIDE HANDLE WORKS FINE

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You have to replace the entire door handle piece. There's no real way to jimmy a fix on that. Mine did the same thing and just snapped.

Posted on Aug 21, 2010

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