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The door handle on your 1995 Ford Aerostar works inside but not on the outside how can you fix this?

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2007-01-25 14:57:20
2007-01-25 14:57:20

the door on my 94 aerostar only opens from the outside and only if you hold the lock button up on the inside while you pull the handle. it is a pain it the but. i am going to take it apart this weekend and maybe i can help you next week. it is probably just a hook or latch that came off inside the door.

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