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Old 01-13-2005, 02:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well, atm, I have two small problems with my car:

Glove box misaligned

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Extremely hard door handles (they are pretty hard to open from the inside of the car, as if the handles are under pressure)

Any ideas on how to fix either problem?
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There is a DIY around about fixing the glove box problem, try a search for it.

White Lithium Grease to fix the doors.
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i wrote a diy on how to fix the glovebox its in the FAQ forum subforum maintainace i believe, seconly the door handle issue. mine are pretty stiff as well but i never considered it too be too much, have you tried other e36's and seen whaat the difference is? maybe its suppose to be like that ive never really given it much thought but i can recall my handles being a little stiff.
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i wrote a diy on how to fix the glovebox its in the FAQ forum subforum maintainace i believe, seconly the door handle issue. mine are pretty stiff as well but i never considered it too be too much, have you tried other e36's and seen whaat the difference is? maybe its suppose to be like that ive never really given it much thought but i can recall my handles being a little stiff.
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Thx, I'll look for that diy, and about the handles, I mean, it doesn't bother me, it's just I wanted to know if there is something wrong that way I can take care of it before it get's worst, but if their' suposed to be like that np...
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I think I found it, but the pics are no longer viewable REMOVING GLOVEBOX FOR E36
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