Question about Cars & Trucks
Water conducts electricity. !
so switches in door could have water in them
motors in doors could have water in them
Corrosion could also be a problem
Posted on Dec 17, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It depends how deep the car was under water. If the computer or any electrical componets got wet, they are total junk now. Water destroys these items
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
u can not tint ur front windshield some states allow a 6'' banner across top of windshield not allowed into drivers view-if ur problem is glare or halo effect while driving at night u would have to or can get night driving glasses but as to light coming across windshield thats how it is with all vehicles
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
For a X reg (2000) Jaguar S- type: to remove the rear left winder mechanism do the following... Remove the door panel: remove two Philips Screws from under the small rubber mat in the door pull recess. Starting at top outer edge lever the panel away from door using something that does not damage the paint (I used a flat wooden spatula) - you will hear the poppers as they release the panel; work down and around the panel using your fingers. At some point the bezel around the door opening handle will become loosened and you need to carefully remove it - I found this awkward. Lift the panel upwards off the door and remove the cable that goes to the switches. Next remove the large access cover made of soft material stuck on with body putty and the circular sticky plastic disc covering a hole in the lower centre of the door. Remove the loudspeaker - four bolts into door metal and a cable. Remove the trim strip from the bottom edge of the window opening. Assuming the window can be moved slide it so the securing peg can be seen through the small hole uncovered when you removed the sticky plastic disk. It appears as two concentric circles of plastic, outside diameter about 1cm, with a hole through the middle. Knock out the middle peg with a punch of about 4mm dia. This will disappear into the door and will be needed later! Once the inner peg is removed the split outer peg can be pushed through releasing the window from the regulator mechanism. Pull the window all the way up and secure with duct tape to the side of the frame so it doesn't crash down. Remove three nuts securing the mechanism push it in to the door void and remove the electric plug. I did this through the speaker apperture and found it awkward to get out - patience is needed if yours is as difficult. Manoeuver the mechanism out through the access hole and survey the damage.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
SOURCE: Hi my s. 5series
It sounds like trans filter and fluid needs to be changed. Hopefully you didn't do damage to it - they are expensive transmissions (I have one also). For info in maintenance & electrical check out BavAuto.com and/or Pelican Parts.com - both have great info on technical issues and offer excellent prices on parts & tools for BMWs
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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