Q: How to replace interior door handle cable.

asked by on April 16, 2016

Attempting to connect cable to interior door handle, don't know correct placement of cable to handle mechanism.

Generally, you have to hold the door panel up, pull the handle, and snap the cable in at an angle. Different cars will have different mechanisms, and some may be more difficult than others. If you are still having problems, you could have a YourMechanic professional come to your home to install your interior door handle for you.

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