Question about 2009 BMW X5
It looks like someone pulled out the latch that you push the seat back on to lock
You just have to be forceful when pushing the seat back and down at same time. It WILL latch in position when you do this.
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
gears are probably not engaged. take the seat out, see if the motor drive gear is still within the teeth of the seat rail. if not, force it in. Easy to take out, 4 bolts and the seat comes up and out.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
I had the same problem on the rear door of my 1998 528i and it was the door actuator that had gone bad. I had to take the rear seat out to get the door panel off. Once I had the door panel off it was not that difficult to replace the door actuator.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
right i had this ***** of a problem 2nd week in jan 2010. a bmw mechanic told to jack car up at front and hook a jumper pack up to live on starter motor terminal and then earth, was quite hard to put croc clip on to starter but did manage it. this was supposed to back charge to battery to get enough power to open car with remote, in theory it should of worked but i gave up after 3 hours-no power. so i got my key put it in drivers door and mechanically turned to open position, then i got a cutlery knife from kitchen and wrapped some insulation tape around tip up 2-3 inches. then i pushed this down glass directly above door handle key end to pry a gap between glass and rubber just enough to slide coat hanger wire in with small hook on end then i manouvered wire hook until i hooked latch arm which i did within 1 minute pulled coathanger wire up and pulled door handle the door opened much to my delight. this was a major sigh of relief after trying for 2 days to get in, and many hours searching the net for a solution which i couldnt find. THIS WORKS 100 percent WITH ABSOLUTELY NO DAMAGE!!!!!!! any questions email me- email@example.com
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
SOURCE: where is the fuse for
Rear indicator fuse? Will that be for the tail lights? If so any light bulb has a filament which acts like a fuse. When a fuse blows out it is melted down in the middle. The lights have a tungstun filament sealed in a vacuum glass bulb which makes it last for years under normal use. When they get old or a crack forms in the seal area the filament burns out which opens like a fuse does. Check for a light bulb with a dark or hazed colored bulb. If you see one that bulb is burned out
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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