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Some BMWs have multiple interior fuse boxes including in the trunk - the video above ... If your 325i has many options like a sunroof, navigation, heated seats, etc, the ... to be replaced or if there is a short or some other problem with your 325i.
Do not know of a "Window Relay" for a 2-door M3 convertible. But there is a "Window motor to regulator" in the door itself.
However, there are two 30 amp fuses (#14 and #19) located in the plastic front power distribution box located in the left-hand rear corner (nearest the driver) of the engine compartment that I would check to see if this is your problem before digging down into door interior disassembly. The numbers are marked look under box cover.
In the engine compartment, if you're looking in front of the car, the fuse box will be on the right side. Locate your intake and next to it will be a black box. That's the fuse box.
It's Fuse 17 which is a 30amp
fuse 56 and 57 control central locking,the issue is caused by surges typically in the front door lock actuators, normally at a dealer they would replace fuse 56 and 57 with a 20a mini fuse and if still occuring repl the door lock(s) that dont work or typically both front, first replace fuse 56 and 57 with 20a fuses as were too small from factory and than operate ten to 15 times, if it doesnt work at first dont panic,let the car go to sleep which takes about 16 min and than try again this problem has nothing to do with the key fob or the lock unlock button inside,also the fuses are located behind the glove box just rere the access panel and they are found at lower left section
The fuse box is located under the hood in the driver side corner
closest to the windshield. It is about half a foot long by 4inches wide
and is black. take the lid off, and each fuse is numbered... there is a
legend on the reverse side of the lid that will tell u what each fuse
First of all I believe in the 3 series this procedure works. put the key in the door with the doors closed- turn key and hold it there while you watch the windows roll up automatically. If this does not work you probably have a fuse problem. If it does work then your window switch might just be bad. As to which fuse it is, just look for a blown fuse in the glove box. Apparently these fuse boxes on the 3 series are hard to read? on my sisters 325i it is under the hood and the cover has the information on the back