Question about 2000 BMW 323
My 323 ci won't start after I hit a bump. It cranks but won't start all the way. I was reading that it might be an inertia switch . Where is it located on my car. 2000 323 ci
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
weak ecm module or coil pack may be getting weak.it can also be in the computer if theres a short in it telling the car not to start.there are several things it may be but id start with the computer have a diagnosis done on it
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
the carrier bearing needs replacing you can't fix it you can get the replacement at a drivetrain componants store in your area make sure you take the drive shaft and bear with you so they can match it properly. please rate this............thanks
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
I just bought a 1996 328iC (the "C" is for convertible). I bought the car with the knowledge that the roof needed a motor replacement (~$300 for the part alone + ~1-2 hours labor) and that I would need to open and close the roof manually if I wanted to take advantage of the convertible part of the car.
After some trial and error, I figured it out and now it takes me <30 seconds to open or close the top (manually). Note: my top is a semi-electric roof, which I think is what came on the 328iC, you have to lock into place after you close it.
Here's what you do:
1- open all of the windows
2- unlock the roof by turning the latch between the sun visors.
3- push the front of the roof towards the rear of the car - be sure to push in the middle of the roof, where the latch is.
4- lift the back of the roof up off of the roof storage compartment
5- while holding the back of the of the roof up, lift up the roof storage compartment door
6- let go of the back of the roof so that it drops right into the storage compartment
7- push the rest of the roof into the storage compartment
8- close the storage compartment door.
To close the roof, follow the steps above in reverse order. Remember: this is a German car, so you use a little bit (or a lot) of force and you won't hurt it (I think it actually likes it ;-D ).
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
the final stage transistor(blower resistor) has failed. it receives power at all times. when it falls it no longer needs a signal from the a/c control panel to power the blower motor. support your local bmw dealership service department!!!
Posted on May 02, 2009
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