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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
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tight door handle...
hey guys so, my passanger side door handle (inside and out) is really hard to open compared to the drivers side. . it feels like i am going to break it off every time i pull. does anyone know what is wrong? . i pull it and almost maxes out the handle then, pop, it opens. anyway, thats about the best description i can give :P. thanks again bye
I have a different problem. Sometimes when I pull up on the handle, it opens the door normally, but the handle stays in the up position. Somehow the handle rubs against the bottom trim, and I have to jam a screwdriver in there to reset the gap between the parts. Go figure.
+1. My passenger door pulled this stunt a week ago. Lubed it up and all is well.
also while doing the latches, you might want to wipe down all your rubber weatherstripping around doors, hood & trunk lid with talcom powder this helps preserve the seal itself from sticking in hot/cold situations and helps it maintain original form.
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