I have been dealing with a nonoperative handle for about a month. The door handle presents itself, no puddle light and is inoperative opening the door. When it was in prefailure mode it would greet me in the AM with an open passenger door. I tried the soft reset with both the touch screen and dash CPU. I tried pulling fuses, and so did my Service Center. Still no go.With no door handle part in sight, I figured what the hell I might as well try again. I removed the charging cable from the car. This time I pulled both the 10 Amp fuses and the two five amp fuse under them(F41,F32.F49,F40) I waited 10 minutes between replacing them and did it three times. After the third time, the stubborn door handle still did not light up or work. At this point I figured I had nothing to lose so I GENTLY and SLOWLY pushed the handle back into the door. Something clicked and the light came on and the handle worked perfectly when I locked and unlocked the car.:biggrin: Feeling very smug I sat down in the the driver seat and noticed that the dash controls did not light up and the car was inoperable, uh oh:cursing: Two soft resets of the dash CPU brought it back to life and I thought all was good. Not yet. The driver side door handle then failed to open the door.:scared: I gently pushed it in figuring the same trick would work. Nope, it just sat in the retracted position with the puddle light on. Back to the fuse box, this time I left out pulling F49 as I did not like when the dash CPU did not come back to life. I only did one round and everything returned to normal with all four door handles working properly. I think the take home lesson is to gently push in a nonoperative handle. There maybe a latency period right after the fuses are removed and replaced when the handle can be reset, or I just got lucky. Troubleshooting this reminded me of fixing my Macbook when it is being temperamental, certainly no car I have owned ever behaved this way.