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Q: Door not opening from inside or outside

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The driver's side door will not open from either the outside, or the inside. It appears that someone damaged it in an attempt to break in.

A: In the theft attempt, the internal mechanis...

In the theft attempt, the internal mechanisms attached to the door handles may have become jarred loose, or broken. This will make the repair a little more difficult, but not impossible. Have a trained mechanic inspect the door and repair the latches. Consider YourMechanic for your repair as our mechanics come to you.

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