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You need to find out if the switch has a live feed going to it, it maybe as simple as a fuse or it could the the BCM (Body Control Module)
Firstly, model and year of bmw would help
Posted on Nov 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: BMW CONVERTIBLE SOFT TOP
i believe that your trunk is unlocked and to prevent damage the system locks it self, check the trunk.
lock it with your key then try it out.
that happened on a audi cabriolet and we locked up the trunk and problem solved. let me know if that helps, if not i will try something else
Posted on May 15, 2008
SOURCE: xenon headlight problems
there are 3 things that make the xenon in your car work the bulb, an ignitor, and a control module, you know your bulbs are ok so thats good, now you will want to swap the control modules they are a metal box attached to the headlight assembly its roughly 4"x4" you will remove the hheadlight assemblys to get to the module, there are 4 8mm bolts and then it pulls out, it the light follows the control module then thats what you will need if not you will need an ignigtor, as far as the flickering that is moet likely the module going bad, the company that makes this system is AL (automotive lighting) there is an SIB from BMW about this that says under a warr claim both control modules are to be replaced and the bulb of the faulty headlight, however i cant count the number of times i have done all that and still have to replace the ignigtor, If it is the Ign that is alot harder to swap as you have to dis assembly the entire light assembly
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
i have a 325i bmw convertible and by mistake i pulled the release bar under the back seat and detached the motor for the convertible and know it doesnt want to open or close the convertible
Posted on May 19, 2009
SOURCE: new battery in 06 mazda 6
1. Turn ignition switch to "on" position.
2. Open passenger window completely from passenger side window switch.
3. Close passenger window completely from passenger side window switch, and hold switch for an additional 2 seconds.
4. Turn ignition back to "lock" position.
That's it. Works like a champ. And here you thought it was more than just a battery dying....I did.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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