Toyota Camry Door Handles

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Asked by Aug 31, 2008 at 02:53 AM about the 1993 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Has anybody else had problems with the door handles of the car breaking off?  I have had this car for about 4 years and this has happened to me twice, and I have noticed this on a couple of other camry's while driving ha.

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I have a 98 Camery and that happened to my from drivers door. Someone told me that it happens a lot on the Toyotas.

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Ya i have a 2000 Camry and my driver door handle snapped off. I never bothered to fix it though because the dealership told me it would cost around $400.

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Yep. Just buy the handle from the internet (tons of sites selling them for less than 50 bucks) and have your local mechanic replace it. Or you could do it yourself: http://autorepair.about.com/od/otherodddiyjobs/l/aa092504a.htm

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thats extremely common on toyotas from the mid 90s, i had a corolla do the same thing... theyre not real expensive i bought a used one from an auto recycler for 15 dollars, and replaced it myself ...it took about 30 mins....joe

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I have a 85 Toy Camry and the Door Handle is broken. The cause is a plastic piece on the inside that breaks. I'll post a pic so you can see what happens.

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Inside pic of Door Handle

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Outside pic above. Here's the inside.

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it happned to me once but it didnt fall off completely but it was coming off a little bit so i jsut put super glue there and it works perfectly fine

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