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Trying to replace the driver's side door handle; the door shut and won't open. I can't get the panel off to adjust the handle because the door is closed!

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Take the scerw out of inter door handle then take the pull handle to shut the door off then the pull the door skin off it pops off then there is a rod that runs to the lach u pull it the door will open

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