Why You Experience Problems with the Ford Ranger Door Handle
Do you know how many movies had the scene where the protagonist or the cops race toward their car before engaging in an awesome car chase? Well, we don't either. But have you ever wondered what will happen if the door handles of the cars suddenly break? It would probably have been a great day for those villains. You don't need to be in a movie or to be part of what will soon become an awesome car chase to experience problems with the door handle. Car owners often find themselves in a helpless situation because the door handles suddenly snapped or won't function. Don't let this happen to you by knowing the reasons behind the problems as well as the solutions.
The most common problem experienced with car door handles is that they only open from the inside. Contrary to what most people believe, this is not a problem with the lock or with the entire door handle assembly. If you take a look inside the assembly, you will be able to see clips that are connected to the lock. If you have faulty handles, there is chance that this clip has gotten loose or has been damaged. The clip can go bad through time; the constant shakes and opening/closing of the doors are enough to loosen the clip's hold on the assembly.
If you pay attention every time you hold your car door handles, you would notice that they are made of plastic. And as we all know, plastics are easy to snap, break, and get chipped. No matter what brand you buy or no matter how expensive your car is, this happens. The common reasons for these problems are: sudden or rough pulls and the snapping back of the handle. Most car owners pull the handle too high and/or grasp it too roughly; they also tend to just let the handle snap back into place rather than slowly letting the handle go. We stress that the handles are made of plastic, sudden or too much force can break them.