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No motor sounds, fuse good...ebrake on... foot on brake.. what you think tks jerry

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I would assume that this is starting the car. I would suggest to check on the battery voltage, then the starter relay if it clicks/energizes when you start the car. If it does check the wires between the relay and the starter and if not the wires between the relay and the ignition key. I am unsure if the car gets the signal that your are stepping on the brake from the physical movement of the break or the break pressure but you may want to check on the connections on the pedal if they are loose or not. Other than that this may need to involve the BMW service center as it mat require special tools or skills.

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