Question about 1992 Audi 100
Im not sure about the hardware on this particular car, but all cars have a rod linking the inside handle to the doorlock, attacked on both ends by a type of plastic clip. When it breaks the rod simply slips out and the door handle will move idly when operated, not opening the door. You will have to remove your door panel carefully and remove the handle to inspect the mechanism. If it is the clips, they should be easily available at your autoparts store.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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