Q: Trunk door handle came off

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The trunk door handle came completely out.

Most of the handles on newer cars are made of plastic and can get brittle over years, this could be the problem on your vehicle, have a certified mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, remove your trunk door panel and replace the handle with an OEM part.

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