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Hi all BMW F10 owner!
All of F10 got this problem? very common problem for F10?

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Hi Little_Solver 

 

Yes I had this problem with my secondhand BMW 523i too from PPSL. Had to spend a few hundred dollars to replace them  [thumbsdown] . Only changed the ones in front even though the rear door handles are also a bit sticky. 

 

I suspect it is due to the fact that I park my car in an open carpark. Don't think the material used can handle the heat in Singapore. Do you park in an open carpark too? 

 

Was looking through various chatgroups too and realise that this is a common issue with quite a few models of BMW.  

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Hi Little_Solver 

 

Yes I had this problem with my secondhand BMW 523i too from PPSL. Had to spend a few hundred dollars to replace them  [thumbsdown] . Only changed the ones in front even though the rear door handles are also a bit sticky. 

 

I suspect it is due to the fact that I park my car in an open carpark. Don't think the material used can handle the heat in Singapore. Do you park in an open carpark too? 

 

Was looking through various chatgroups too and realise that this is a common issue with quite a few models of BMW.  

my friend has this problem ... luckily my mer is going strong.. daily under heat and rain and dust ...and the interior still good. dont buy bmw buy merc hahha

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Sticky handles on F10?

 

Ahemmm....RadX was the 1st owner izit?

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which china car is this?

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My family's F10 BMW 523i was our first continental car.

 

While other aspects of the car were impressive and certainly worth the premium, the sticky door handle issue really put me off and made me wonder if I should be buying a BMW for my next car. Hope this is no longer an issue with the newer models!

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My family's F10 BMW 523i was our first continental car.

 

While other aspects of the car were impressive and certainly worth the premium, the sticky door handle issue really put me off and made me wonder if I should be buying a BMW for my next car. Hope this is no longer an issue with the newer models!

 

Don't buy German car particularly BMW.

 

Sticky door handle leaves a bad impression.

 

By the ways, what's so tua kee about German car huh?

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My family's F10 BMW 523i was our first continental car.

 

While other aspects of the car were impressive and certainly worth the premium, the sticky door handle issue really put me off and made me wonder if I should be buying a BMW for my next car. Hope this is no longer an issue with the newer models!

100 buks +- will fix that .

 

u let such a minor issue change your decision on buying a car meh

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Sticky handles on F10?

 

Ahemmm....RadX was the 1st owner izit?

 

i would be more inclined to think it's @mustank gor gor

 

:D

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Seems like a common problem for BMWs, Maserati (even new ones) and those cars with "fun" things happening in them before..... sticky seats or carpet. [laugh]

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i would be more inclined to think it's @mustank gor gor

 

:D

Simi Kang Tao

I no money buy such a luxurious car lah

Think also don’t want to think

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Simi Kang Tao

I no money buy such a luxurious car lah

Think also don’t want to think

 

your lolly handles sticky or not?

 

:XD:

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your lolly handles sticky or not?

 

:XD:

No sticky lah

But oily :grin:

Don’t ask me why oily ah :XD:

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Use isopropyl alcohol and wipe. Available at pharmacy. The more expensive way is use carbon fibre wrap or replace new handles

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Lol.. Aren't u a proud German car owner my friend? :D

 

Don't buy German car particularly BMW.

 

Sticky door handle leaves a bad impression.

 

By the ways, what's so tua kee about German car huh?

 

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Lol.. Aren't u a proud German car owner my friend? :D

 

I drives a British car.

:XD:

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Hahaha.. Its a BMW MINI :D

 

R56 is very distinct in most parts as compared to run-of-the-mill BMW.

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Hi Little_Solver

 

Yes I had this problem with my secondhand BMW 523i too from PPSL. Had to spend a few hundred dollars to replace them [thumbsdown] . Only changed the ones in front even though the rear door handles are also a bit sticky.

 

I suspect it is due to the fact that I park my car in an open carpark. Don't think the material used can handle the heat in Singapore. Do you park in an open carpark too?

 

Was looking through various chatgroups too and realise that this is a common issue with quite a few models of BMW.

Hi,maybe it’s weather problem, Singapore is to hot

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Hi Little_Solver

 

Yes I had this problem with my secondhand BMW 523i too from PPSL. Had to spend a few hundred dollars to replace them [thumbsdown] . Only changed the ones in front even though the rear door handles are also a bit sticky.

 

I suspect it is due to the fact that I park my car in an open carpark. Don't think the material used can handle the heat in Singapore. Do you park in an open carpark too?

 

Was looking through various chatgroups too and realise that this is a common issue with quite a few models of BMW.

Hi,maybe it’s weather problem, Singapore is to hot Edited by Little_Solver

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I found a cheap way to replace it with different materials. ABS+PC can last longer.

Anyone need to replace it at cheaper ways. Can PM me.

BMW a handle can’t do properly

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It’s not weather hot la. Lousy excuse. Poor design means poor design! The Middle East is even hotter than Singapore.

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It’s not weather hot la. Lousy excuse. Poor design means poor design! The Middle East is even hotter than Singapore.

 

probably their subcon use cheap material lor.

material lousier than what's found in B&B cars lol 

anyway smells like a self advertising thread.

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probably their subcon use cheap material lor.

material lousier than what's found in B&B cars lol

 

anyway smells like a self advertising thread.

Agree......
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