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Rear parking sensor - remote internal button driver door unlockin

I have a BMW 330ci (reg 2000) the drivers door does not unlock by remote or the internal button but does lock, also when in reverse the parking sensor sounds straight away continuous and then stops? told it will be lose wire for sensor and might need new door lock motor. Is this likely and where best/cheapest method of fixing?

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  • Anonymous Jan 09, 2009

    I've got the same problem although it only started occurring after a service



  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2009

    520 bmw drivers door locked cant open



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Ok yes it does need a door lock motor and the parking sensor might be from a bad sensor or if the car has been painted and the sensor painted over and you need to take to a good bmw INDEPENTED SHOP not a dealer ship

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