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Does anyone know if there was a recall for the door handles on the 2005 Cayenne? Three out of four doors get stuck in the opened position when you get into the car. Of course you don't realize this until you get in and try to close the door. You have to get out of the car and push the door handle back in. I am bringing it in for service next week, just thought someone here might know. Thanks.

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There is no recall per se...

Ask your dealer to see:

Cayenne Quality-Improvement Workshop Campaign Fall/Winter 2004

Campaign Check #3

W503 Workshop Campaign (for Kessy and without Kessy)

Door Handle does not return to rest position after actuating

4,469 Vehicles involved

BTW... there are 18 total campaign fixes for Cayennes with specific VIN numbers

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Service action W503 (as mentioned above) is for cars with your problem. The dealership will dissamble your door handle and reassemble after greasing the problem areas where the tolerance is too small.

You car may or may not fall into the VIN range for W503 but those ranges are not all encompassing.

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