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You will need to take inside door panel loose which is a little hard with door shut but it can be done and probably replace door Handel if the Handel it's self is not broke it's most likely just a little plastic clip that holds the rod to the lock
Disconnect negative battery terminal. Pull out inside door handel,then remove screws from behind it then pry out the door handel bezel.Pry upwards and out on the armrest switch control plate and disconnect electrical connections.Remove the door panel screws through the armrest opening .remove the screws from under the door pull handel as well.Pry out the interiory lamps mounted in the ends of the armrest and remove the panel screws from behind it. Also make sure there are no lamps hidden from view like under the armrest if so pry out lamp and remove panel screws from under it.Next start at the bottom of the door and trim panel and pry out each retaining clip. Clips are approximately 8 inches apart.Once all of the clips and screws are removed from the door panel it can be removed by gently lifting up and out on door panel.Ihope you find this helpfull,good luck.
FIRST REMOVE THE DOOR LOCK OPERATING KNOB , SLIDE OUT THE SPACER BEHIND THE REGULATOR HANDEL AND REMOVE THE HANDEL FROM THE SPLINES , UNCLIP THE TRIM COVER FROM THE DOOR AND REMOVE IT FROM DOOR , UNSCREW DOOR HANDEL SCREWS, LEVER BETWEEN THE DOOR TRIM PANEL AND THE DOOR TO RELEASE THE TRIM PANEL STUDS.
This is usually caused by a broke plastic retaining clip.the inside handel should have a insert covering a screw pop out the insert and remove the screw. If there is no rod atached to the handel (broke clip) locate the rod in the door (a metal coat hanger works good) pull on the rod towards the front of the door and it should open.Replace the clip or sometimes the handel itself breaks needing replaced.
using small hook tools and tack pullers shaped like mini wonder bars, you can remove the door panel. once removed, you can fish around on the bottom middle of the door and pull the cable to unlatch the door.
Hey .. i have a 99 civic also and i found my door doesnt lock unless u open the handel and then lock it and was talking to the shop and they told me things get gumed up inside and take it apart and clean it up with lub .. try that see if it works sounds like same problem