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The doors are open in my instrument panel.

I was trying to re code my e39 and i mistaking selected one of the power locking and now the all four doors are open in the instrument panel and when you open the rear door the rear one goes off and when shut it comes back on.the front once dont go off when you open them. i have try recoding it and unselect the power locking and its not going.

can anyone help me

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Hi Leon, I have a E34 1995 5 series and had to take door cards off. They're predominantly held on by plastic button clips around the edge/circumference of the door card HOWEVER there is a couple of screws hidden, 1 is behind the chrome door pull/lever a little round plastic cover hides it the other is behind the top of door handle maybe on yours behind door mirror electric adjuster button. one scew is philips the other Torx when pulling the card off the clips try a large flat/wide implement to prise it away as you may breaks some of the clips (£2/3 eBay) One more thing the door handle locates into a grip from behind you'll need a long screwdriver to push the tang up to release it. All the above should be well similar to your model. Oh! nearly forgot remember to unscrew/take off the door pin that goes up and down when locked/unlocked
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SOURCE: My key will open my trunk, but not unlock my doors or start my car.

Open the trunk. Take out the trunk lid light - take the bulb out of the fixture. Place a 12 volt battery in the trunk. Take an alligator clip jumper wire - connect one end to the negative terminal of the battery and the other end of the jumper wire to the car chassis - make sure it is a good connection and is not on a painted surface - I place mine on a bolt on the rear light panel. Take another alligator clip jumper wire and connect one end to the 12 volt positive terminal and connect the other end to the short end of the light connectors (there are two connectors for the light - one is short and one is long). This should give you enough voltage to unlock the doors. I had to figure this out and have used it twice on my BMW.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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They are quite straight forward all the areas are indicating either screws or clips, if they are clips then just pull the panel out towards you quite firmly.

If you have any trouble just let me know.

Thanks

Jason

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Door ajar switch problem more then likely or wiring issue . The BCM - body control module won't turn off interior light , let door lock because it think's the door is open . The door ajar switch is a input to the BCM .

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Body Control Module
The various BCM input and output circuits are described in the corresponding functional areas indicated on the BCM electrical schematics. The Body Control Module functions include the following:
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A/C compressor request. Refer to Air Temperature Description and Operation


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Remote Function Control. Refer to Keyless Entry System Description and Operation


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A/C cooling Fan. Refer to Air Delivery Description and Operation


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Audio Delay Power. Refer to Radio/Audio System Description and Operation


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Exterior and interior lighting control. Refer to Exterior Lighting Systems Description and Operation


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Daytime running lights (DRL)


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Automatic lighting control


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Fog lamps


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Interior lighting. Refer to Interior Lighting Systems Description and Operation


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Battery rundown protection (Inadvertent Power). Refer to Interior Lighting Systems Description and Operation


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Chimes. Refer to Audible Warnings Description and Operation


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Key-In-Ignition


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Head Lamps On


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Seat Belt Not Fastened


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Turn Signal On


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Park Brake Warning


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Door Ajar Warning


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Check gages


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Gage control. Refer to Instrument Cluster Description and Operation in Instrument Panel, Gages, and Console.


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Instrument cluster indicator control. Refer to Instrument Cluster Description and Operation in Instrument Panel, Gages, and Console.


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Theft deterrent. Refer to Theft Systems Description and Operation .


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Engine coolant level sensing. Refer to Cooling System Description and Operation .


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Washer solvent level sensing. Refer to Wiper/Washer System Description and Operation in Wipers/Washer Systems.


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Key-in-ignition sensing. Refer to Audible Warnings Description and Operation in Instrument Panel, Gages, and Console.


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Seat belt use sensing. Refer to Seat Belt System Description and Operation .


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Parking brake state sensing.


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Rear compartment interface. Refer to Power Door Locks Description and Operation


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Horn interface.


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"The fuse block access door
is on the driver's side edge
of the instrument panel.
Pull off the cover to access
the fuse block."



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L BODY Retained Accessory Power Relay
LOCK Power Door Locks
DRV UNLOCK Power Door Lock Relay
LOCK Power Door Lock Relay
HVAC 1 Climate Control System
CRUISE Cruise Control, Instrument Cluster

IGN 3 Ignition, Power Seats
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SEAT Power Seat Circuit Breaker
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HTR A/C Climate Control System
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IGN 1 Ignition, Instrument Panel
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PWR WDO Power Window Circuit Breaker
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RAP #1 Retained Accessory Power Relay
RDO 1 Audio System
RAP #2 Rear Power Windows,
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The instrument panel fuse block access door is
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4 Driver Door Module
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6 Driver Side Turn Signal, Stop lamp
7 Instrument Panel Back Lighting
8 Passenger Side Turn Signal, Stop lamp
9 Passenger Door Module, Driver Unlock
10 Power Door Lock 2 (Unlock Feature)
11 Power Door Lock 2 (Lock Feature)
12 Stop lamps, Centre High Mounted Stop lamp
13 Rear Climate Controls
14 Power Mirror
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16 Accessory Power Outlets
17 Interior Lamps
18 Power Door Lock 1 (Unlock Feature)
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  1. stv~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif WARNING: THE BACKUP POWER SUPPLY ENERGY MUST BE DEPLETED BEFORE ANY AIR BAG COMPONENT SERVICE IS PERFORMED. TO DEPLETE THE BACKUP POWER SUPPLY ENERGY, DISCONNECT THE BATTERY GROUND CABLE AND WAIT 10 MINUTES.
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  1. Remove LH inner instrument panel lower cover (044L97) and disconnect the foot lamp electrical connector.
  1. Remove the two RH inner instrument panel lower cover screws and the plastic nut.
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  1. Remove the plastic screw, two lower screws, two center bolts, two upper screws and the screw at the instrument panel bracket, then separate the glove compartment from the instrument panel (04320). Disconnect the glove compartment striker plate catch electrical connector.




  1. Remove the two instrument panel to passenger side air bag module bracket bolts.




  1. Remove the four passenger side air bag module nuts and the passenger side air bag.
  1. Remove the RH instrument panel screw.




  1. Remove the four C/D changer screws.




  1. Remove the C/D changer and disconnect the C/D changer electrical connector.
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  1. Remove the two upper center instrument panel finish panel screws and the two lower center instrument panel finish panel screws.




  1. Remove the center instrument panel finish panel and disconnect the cigar lighter socket and the cigar lighter illumination lamp electrical connectors.
  1. Remove the two instrument panel ash receptacle bracket screws and the instrument panel ash receptacle bracket. Disconnect the instrument panel ash receptacle lamp electrical connector.
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  1. Remove the two LH instrument panel screws.




  1. Remove the center instrument panel screw.




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  1. Disconnect the power outside rear view mirror control switch electrical connector.
  1. Pull off the upper portion of the LH inner door opening weatherstrip. Remove the windshield side garnish moulding (03598).




  1. Pull off the upper portion of the RH inner door opening weatherstrip. Remove the windshield side garnish moulding.
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  1. Remove the light sensor amplifier from the top right side of the instrument panel and disconnect both light sensor amplifier upper and lower electrical connectors (if equipped).




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  1. Remove the instrument panel from the vehicle.

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Loosen main wiring connector bolt in the engine compartment at the left side of dash panel and separate connectors.
Remove radio antenna stanchion and disconnect cable from base of the radio antenna stanchion.
Remove both the right hand and left hand windshield side garnish mouldings.
Do not remove safety belt retaining bolts in next step.

Remove the screws retaining both the right and left front door scuff plates and remove the front door opening weather-strips from body flanges.
Remove the right and left cowl side trim panels.
Remove the steering column cover by removing the three screws along the bottom and pull on the cover to unsnap the three clips across the top of the instrument panel steering column cover.
Remove the ignition switch lock cylinder.
Remove the four screws retaining the steering column shrouds together and remove the steering column shrouds.
Install the ignition switch lock cylinder to prevent the steering wheel from turning.
Disconnect the wiring connectors at the turn signal and windshield wiper switch.
Remove the one screw and A/C evaporator register duct from under the steering column tube.
Disconnect the wiring connectors at the bottom of the steering column tube.
Remove the pinch bolt attaching the steering column tube to the steering column lower yoke and slightly spread the joint with a screwdriver.
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Remove the three screws at the bottom retaining the glove compartment door hinge and glove compartment to the instrument panel.
Remove the glove compartment.
Reach through the glove compartment opening and disconnect the wiring and vacuum hoses/connector from the heater-A/C evaporator housing.
Disconnect the wiring connector from the speed control amplifier and bracket assembly.
Remove floor console panel:
Open the console panel glove compartment door to access screws to console finish panel.
Remove the two screws, and lift the rear of the console finish panel to unsnap retainers.
Reach under the console finish panel and disconnect wires to fog lamp and ride control switches (if equipped) and cigar lighter socket and retainer.
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Using a putty knife or similar tool, insert under the left or right corner of the instrument panel upper finish panel and pry up on the instrument panel upper finish panel to release one snap clip.
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  18. Remove the three U-bracket-to-chassis nuts.




  19. Remove the four U-bracket bolts and remove the U-bracket.


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  22. Remove the LH inner duct.
  23. Remove the two accelerator pedal and shaft bolts and then the accelerator pedal and shaft (9725).
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  26. Remove the temperature blend/panel bypass door actuator motor. Refer to the procedure in this section.
  27. Remove the panel/floor/defrost door actuator motor. Refer to the procedure in this section.
  28. Remove the three A/C evaporator register duct screws and remove the A/C evaporator register duct.
  29. NOTE: The A/C evaporator/blower motor assembly does not have to be removed in order to remove the heater assembly.

    Remove the four A/C evaporator/blower motor assembly screws to aid in the removal of the heater assembly.
  30. Remove the four heater assembly screws.
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