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Xj6 door latch flooping like letterbox ! have to get in passengers side .Please advise. Regards Paul.

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Your handle is somehow disconnected from the acutating rod. You will need to remove the door panel and see what happened. Many times the rods are attached using clips and they can sometimes fall off. It is also a possibility that the handle casting is broken off where the rod attaches to it. You wont know for sure until you get the door panel off. Either way, it shouldn't be a major headache to fix.

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