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Fuses for mirrors on 330d coupe bmw 05 model

Electric door mirrors not working

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Hey Andy a quick was to solve your problem is to locate a similar vehicle in a car yard, go have a look at the configuration and draw your self a quick diagram whilst your there.

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

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SOURCE: heated rear view mirrors

should have a fuse and more then likely a relay. i would replace the relay as that is the most likely cause.

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i had the same problem. when you press the close/open button can you hear clicking noise under the pannel? if yes, you will hawe to chenge the relay. only place to get it is from this site: http://www.bmwgm5.com/GM5_FW_Relays.htm

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Yes you have an E46, You need to order the UK drivers side glass and make sure you specify it's a coupe. the saloons have a different wing mirror.

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If you are unable to locate the manual, I can dig mine out of my trunk.

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