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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hey solo, 06-07 door lock actuators can blow a fuse in the glove box. bmw does have a specific bulletin that addresses this issue and requires replacing the fuse if blown and measure the resistance of all the door lock actuators to determine which is bad. the doors should be able to be opened with the key mechanically. if not for some reason, you should be able to comfort open the windows and will have to crawl inside the car. the fuse panel is inside the glove box and not fun to get to. I believe the fuse is a 10 or 15 amp fuse maybe 5th from the bottem right.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
I don't know what year you own but on the 1999 BMW 328i it is inside the glove box. up on top, there are two white tabs that must be turned and the top will flip down reveiling the fuses.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
The fuel pump relay in the 1991 corvette is located under the IP on the pass side.
Open pass door, unscrew two screws under the glovebox (you will be upside down in the car), take off the fuse panel, unscrew third screw to plastic plate underneath glovebox, pull away carpet (velcro), pull down plastic plate (watch out for the wiring to the lamp), then under the glovebox you will find a number of fuses and relays if you dive in under there DEEP, prob 4 or 5 in a row, not really sure wich one, but one in the middle is the fuel relay, and they are the same (interchangable).
Take a look at --the12volt.com/relays/relays.asp--
It´s those relays we are talking about.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
Very tricky there what your asking you need to remove alot of parts to get it done but its possible.
You must remove the radiator than the engine plastic cover than remove all the belts and everything in the way. Along with being able to remove the reverse threaded fan clutch which you need a special tool to hold it while you undue the 22mm or 32mm bolt from the fan clutch bolt than you remove all the water pump bolts good luck
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
I suggest you to check fuse # 57 15Amp at juction box, you can access it from glove box. if the fuse is blown, replace it with 20A and try to operates lock/unlock 10X and replce door lock fails to responce during the operation. dont operate lock/unlock 15X the system will stop and you have to wait for few min to function it again.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
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