Question about BMW X3 Series
The cap does not want to move either way when pushing down on the cap.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jul 11, 2009
It's essentially our "check engine" light.
Go to a local mechanic or auto parts supply store and have them read the diagnostic code on the OBD2 port. Auto parts stores usually do it for free. With the code in hand, they can look up the code to help diagnose your problem.
It can mean something as simple as the gas cap is not on tight to a serious malfunction. It's best to have the code read soon!
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
TAKE A SCREWDRIVER OR SOMETHING TO PUT IN THE GAP IN THE LATCH WHERE THE STIKER IN THE DOOR JAM IS WHEN IT IS CLOSED NORMALLY,& WHILE YOU HAVE THE SCREWDRIVER OR SOMETHING SIMILAR IN THE LATCH,PULL TOWARDS THE CAR WHILE YOU PULL THE HANDLE LIKE TO OPEN THE DOOR AS IF IT WAS CLOSED NORMAL,& IT SHOULD OPEN THE LATCH.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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If you have the door panel off already. you have to look at the back of the door latch mechanism. you will see where the wire for the door handle hooks to the door. If you are starting you have to be very careful in removing the screws for the door panel look for the hidden screws under caps with cutout.there should be a toric screw where the door handle is and another one close to where the mirror mounts. again look for caps
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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