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Passenger Side Door won't open from inside?!?!?!!!

This is a discussion on Passenger Side Door won't open from inside?!?!?!!! within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Just like the title says. Had someone riding in my camaro a few days ago, they went to open the ...

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    Passenger Side Door won't open from inside?!?!?!!!

    Just like the title says. Had someone riding in my camaro a few days ago, they went to open the door to get out and the door would not open from the inside. I had to get out and open the door from the outside. The handle extended like it's supposed to, it felt as though it was not actually 'catching'. I'm thinking worst case scenario the fiberglass has broken where the handle connects to the door. I haven't taken off the door panel yet to check it out, but I was just wondering if this has happen to someone else and if there was a simple fix. Thanks in advance!

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    Usually it's the plastic handle. I see it mostly with chevy trucks with the same type of handle. The part where the metal rod from the door latch connects to the handle breaks. Most likely, it is just the handle.

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    Take the inside door apart and it should be pretty obvious what is not connected or broken.
    I am not aware of any "Door Fix Spray".....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TS99SS147 View Post
    Usually it's the plastic handle. I see it mostly with chevy trucks with the same type of handle. The part where the metal rod from the door latch connects to the handle breaks. Most likely, it is just the handle.
    Ok will do when I get the time to take the door apart, should be a really easy fix.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge View Post
    Take the inside door apart and it should be pretty obvious what is not connected or broken.
    I am not aware of any "Door Fix Spray".....
    Lol Sarge will do thx

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    Probably that cheap ass plastic POS broken. No biggie. Easy fix. Few bucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge View Post
    Take the inside door apart and it should be pretty obvious what is not connected or broken.
    I am not aware of any "Door Fix Spray".....
    LMAO. Too funny.

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