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Here is a replacement part: http://www.amazon.com/Dorman-79548-Tribute-Interior-Replacement/dp/B0031GJYZW
To install the new one, remove the plastic door panel by removing the philips screws and clips that hold it in place. You should be able to pull it straight up and out. Don't put too much force on the panel, the plastic is cheap. The interior door handle should now be able to be unscrewed and replaced.
If the outside Latch is working then the release bar attached to the interior latch has become disconnected. You will need to open up the door panel and see if the bar has just fallen off or if the latch has broken and needs replaced. If you need an example to look at either get the Haynes repair manual on the vehicle or open the passenger door up as well and compare the two sides.
I'm not sure where' the screws are but basically You need to remove the panel on the rear door, then once the panel (interior trim) has been removed you should see a lock mechanism which will be screwed/bolted in place. Easier and cheaper then buying a brand new lock mechanism (unless you want to buy brand new) is going to a wreckers and finding your car model and get it that way (yes it's used but it'll probably save you tons of money vs the dealership) Best Regards.
a sign of worn motor or gears, track loose it lubrications over years gear work harder, heat weaken plastic gears and tend to fail, common problems to all sunroof, beside getting it repair you can try to to put a little of grease on the track and open and close the sunroff cuple of time that may help some. sunroof it fairly complicated on all vechicle to fix and expensive.
The same thing happened to my 2001 Mazda Tribute. It was stuck in Neutral. The shifter cable fell off the little metal post under the steering column. To fix it I removed the plastic column covers. Put the round end of the cable back on the little silver colored post. Then secured it on the post with a ring type push nut from Ace Hardware. Total cost of repair was sixty cents. The cables are not always broken. They just fall of the little post.