Toyota Camry Door Handles


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:

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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 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.


Inside pic of Door Handle


Outside pic above. Here's the inside.


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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