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    Posted: 15 Oct 2017 at 9:36pm
Has anyone else experienced sticking door handles?

My last Kuga started just as I replaced with my current ( that was at 8000 miles).

I'm going to phone the dealers in the morning as it is the front doors that are doing it and I can see that being an issue if a passenger forgets!

Just wondered if anyone else had experienced it and how it was solved.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ric8ard Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 Oct 2017 at 10:28pm
yes had it  last winter  a good  spray with wd40  sorted it  out   not done it again  

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Yes same here - had it and was sorted with magic spray .....for some reason it was only the offside door handles on mine that were affected.
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There's another thread on this but yes, it should clear up. Mine did it on three out of the four when I bought it in Feb, but has been fine for months now - I think it's been a combination of warmer weather plus the things are actually getting used, which I suspect wasn't the case with the first (company) owner
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See it this way.

During summertime, we can be happy our car is actually getting bigger since the plastic used are expanding.

Sadly during winter this is the other way around, our car is getting smaller and things like handles stick as the plastic is now a little smaller than during summer time ;(

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WD40 has done the trick and it no longer sticks! Thanks for your help :) 
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