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Can't open front doors!

Discussion in 'Auto Modifications Section' started by MangaAddict, Nov 20, 2014.

  1. MangaAddict

    MangaAddict New Member

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    Ok so I have a Suzuki Baleno, and the front driver's side door can't open from the outside. A clip by the handle is broken. I've looked all over, can't find it anywhere. Yesterday, the same thing happened to my front passenger side door....I'm pretty much screwed. Now when I go out, I have to leave a back door open. Any suggestions?
     
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  3. sonygoup

    sonygoup New Member

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    U was looking for the clip or the whole Handel?
     
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    MangaAddict New Member

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    I was looking for the clip, but if I only getting it with the handle, I'll take it.
     
  5. sonygoup

    sonygoup New Member

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    Yea may be the actual handel but before buying a new one just verify that is the problem
    Remove the car hostelry and check to make sure that all the metal and plastic clips in the right then you for sure know that's the problem
    Happen in our old l200 some time back where a metal piece just jump out of place
     
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    MangaAddict New Member

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    Thanks for the advice Sonygoup. I checked it and the handle was broken, I swapped both sides and now they're working fine!
     
  7. Mad racer

    Mad racer Banned User

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    May be because they are stuck with the elbow sort of thing that moves with the doors. I guess you should check this thing out or else seeing a mechanic would be working for you because such things are normal to be happen.
     
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