Question about 1986 BMW 3 Series
My power windows and sunroof are not working properly. My front left signal light blinks very fast, like it is shorted. I have cleaned the battery and checked all the fuses and they are okay. This car has been salvaged and repaired. I think the car is not grounded properly, please help me to troubleshoot.
Your relay might be going bad replace it before it goes bad if not clean your power window switches... Get a flat head if your window switches are in the middle Console get the flat head slide it under one of the window switches and lift it you'll see some metal connectors clean them and if you still got the same problem it'll be your relay which is going bad... Also try your circuit breaker it's by your ignition right in front of your fingers if you put your key in your ignition to start the car ... You'll see it's a rectangular looking button... Push it out then back in and see what that does... Good luck and hope you get your problem fixed...
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
MY SUGESTION WOULD BE TO CHECK YOUR BODY GROUNDS AND CLEAN THEM UP ANY WIRES YOU SEE THAT ARE BOLTED TO THE CORE SUPPORT OR THE BODY NDER THEHOOD
Posted on May 18, 2009
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