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      01-15-2013, 12:31 PM   #1
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e90 - exterior door handle is loose

Went to open my car the other day and when I opened the handle/door, I noticed the handle "stuck" up (pulled out) ... i was like WTF took a look and realized it was because the handle is "loose" and the edges didn't line up and got caught.

How can I tighten this? it was 8pm and obviously dark out so I didn't really look when it happened.


unrelated: my rear door locks "roughly"... it makes "odd non-smooth latching sounds" when I hit the auto lock/unlock button... door lock works fine though. This something I can get fixed under CPO? No way should my door lock like this and at some point am expecting it to go out.
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common.. wear & tear.. prob needs a new latch..
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common.. wear & tear.. prob needs a new latch..
I assume you mean for the rear door latching roughly... can I get replaced under CPO?
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I assume you mean for the rear door latching roughly... can I get replaced under CPO?
Don't see why CPO wouldn't cover that.
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if you have CPO.. first thing you should do is drive that car to the dealer..
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Don't see why CPO wouldn't cover that.
I get that it might be a wear item, but when my window regulator went out from "wear and tear", they had no problem replacing that... I would think the door locking system would be the same?


Funny, everyone has responded to my "unrelated" part of my original post

I still need my drivers side front door handle tighten too
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