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My daughter-Patty-tried to get the drivers side door on her 1991 Honda Accord to open but it would not. She had to crawl in from the passengers side. Mike tried to get the door panel off without being able to open the door even from the inside. No luck. The window has been acting "funny" for some time. Help! Thank You, Pattys mom and soon to be grandma (so it is really hard for her to crawl over) Holly

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Patty Streeter,  at AskPatty.com The door latch may have failed and unfortunately it is not a do it yourself fix and will need to be replaced. If it is the door latch they will need to cut the failed latch to release the door. Take the her car to to an ASE Blue Seal Certified shop or your local authorized Toyota dealership for a complete diagnosis and repair. To locate an ASE certified Blue Seal shop go here: http://www.ase.com/bluesealsearch/locator.php p.s. Congratulalations on the soon to be grandmother!

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