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haha ya, me too, like i said, i just cant figure out the damn problem
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any ;ik with this..my pass rear is the worst...it almost wont open
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If you have to pull on the handle so hard before it engages perhaps there's too much slack in the mechanics of the door handle.
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it does it from the inside or the outside. as if sopmething in the latch is hanging up. i oiled the crap out of it and still didnt get any better. i was gonna try to adjust the cable but that only works the outside handle so i kinda ruled that out. im going to try to move the sriker pin around a bit and see if that helps any...
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If both handles connect to the same mechanism it could be on the other side. It's a triangle.
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ya lost me on that one sir..ill be trying to adjust that little thiongy insdie the outer handle..that the cable is hooked to. hopefully it wont come off and all inside
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Yeah that's what i mean haha

There might be slack in the mechanism where both handles connect to the unit.
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yeah its funny..sometime itll work fine for a few days and then itll stick. you need to pull on it maybe 15 times. i oiled it much as i could and it works and it dont. i aint got into it yet...
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