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you realy need to put a new one they are not expensive go to a salvagr ride on the installation take the front panel of unhook the door actuator handle two nuts on the inside hold the door handle simple project.
take the inside pannel off of your door...up where your door handle is you should see something that looks like a hook loop ... this will be on the door handle assy itself .... now there should also be a peice of metal that is long and the end is in the shape of an L or U... hook the metal into the hook on the door handle and it should fix the problem...
I had the same issue with both the inside and outside door handles of my '95 Camry LE.
They are not too expensive. $15-20 each, sometimes you can find a set of four for $50. Try Amazon.com, that's where I just bought my new handles.
Replacement is time-consuming, but relatively easy to figure out. If you have the Haynes manual for your car, it will describe the steps required to disassemble the door paneling and replace the handles. Have a Phillips AND Flathead screwdriver handy. You will need both to disassemble your door.
Remove the inner door handle. Remove the plugs that hide the door panel bolts, remove the bolts. If the panel has a light at the bottom edge, pull it out & disconnect it. Remove the 2 trim plugs from the latch side of the panel. Remove the 2 screws at the fron edge that are under plastic covers. Remove the window master switch and unplug it. Starting at the bottom, pull the panel off. The rear speakers may be a bit more difficult; if you can get to them from inside the trunk, good. If not, you have to pull out the rear seat, back and bottom. Remove the rear finishes from beside the seat. Remove the C pillar trims, and pull the rear shelf out in front of the back glass. Replace the speakers.