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BMW X5 2002, driver power seat is not working,

Bmw X5 2002 driver power seat is not working hearing click sound when pressing button.

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SOURCE: 1998 BMW 328i Drivers Seat Problem

gears are probably not engaged. take the seat out, see if the motor drive gear is still within the teeth of the seat rail. if not, force it in. Easy to take out, 4 bolts and the seat comes up and out.

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TRY TO USE THE KEY TO OPEN LOCK IF REMOTE WONT.TRY TO USE KEY ON THE PASSENGER SIDE TO SEE IF IT OPEN.

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SOURCE: 1998 BMW 740i driver power seat and tilt not

If your driver's seat and the steering column adjustments are not working, check the switch assembly on the side of the driver's seat. Look at the wiring harness plug. Is it properly and securly plugged in? This is a common problem, the harness plug housing breaks and the plug comes loose.

Posted on Nov 06, 2009

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Who do I remove rear seat for a BMW 760li?


Most rear seats need to be unlatched from the very bottom on each side. Try sliding the driver and passenger seats fully forward. With your back against the front seat press forward toward the trunk on the bottom of the rear seat on one corner at a time near the floor and lift up. This should release the latch. To replace the seat simply slide the seat back into place with the front slightly raised upward and push the seat in toward the trunk then push down til you hear the latch catch.

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2010 BMW 528XI Garage Door Opener Homelink Setup


**** >>> This setup I performed with my new 2010 BMW 528XI Garage Door Homelink and Chamberlain Garage Door Opener <<< ****

Chamberlain:
01. Power off or unplug the garage door opener motor power supply (which is mounted on ceiling of the garage) ;;;

02. keep the garage door opener transmitter in your hand (do not press any button at this time) ;;;

03. In your 2010 BMW 528XI Homelink button (which resides under rear view mirror) press the 1st and 3rd homelink button together for about 30-40 seconds (i.e., until the yellow light blinks fast) and when the yellow light next to the homelink button blinks fast release from pressing the (homelink) buttons ;;;

04. now hold the garage door opener transmitter closer (means within 2-4 inches) to the homelink button (either 1st or 2nd or 3rd) whichever you are planning to program to open the garage door ;;;

05. now press the garage door opener transmitter button and chosen homelink button (either 1st or 2nd or 3rd whatever you need) together ;;;

06. the yellow light (next to homelink button) initially may blink slowly but after few seconds (may be 10-20 seconds) will blink fast; once it started blinking fast release from pressing both garage door opener transmitter and homelink button ;;;

07. Now plug or power on the main garage door opener motor (which is mounted on garage ceiling) ;;;

08. On the main garage door opener motor (which is mounted on garage ceiling) press the "LEARN" button (once you press it may have yellow/orange color light; make sure the light is on) ; then within 30 seconds do the next steps #9, #10, #11 very carefully ;;;

09. go to your car and press the homelink button you programmed and hold it for 4 seconds and then release it --> 1st iteration ;;;

10. again hold the same homelink button you programmed and hold it for 4 seconds and then release it --> 2nd iteration ;;;

11. again hold the same homelink button you programmed and hold it for 4 seconds and then release it --> 3rd iteration ** important note; generally three iterations are not necessary; and steps #9, #10, #11 must be performed within 30 seconds ** ;;;

12. during one of the iteration you will hear "CLICK" sound one-time from Garage door motor (which is mounted on ceiling) and if you have light attached with it; it will blink once (** if you hear the CLICK sound and/or light blinks once**) then the particular homelink button is programmed ;;;

13. now press the programmed homelink button; the garage door will open or close (but always it will take 3 or 4 blinks in yellow light or 2-3 seconds before the garage door opens or closes and which is normal) ;;;

** Thats it, your 2010 BMW 528XI Garage Door Opener Homelink setup is complete ** ;;;

You can program rest of the homelink button the same way but following from the steps between #4 and #13 ;;;

Hope this steps will help you to program chamberlain Garage door opener in 2010 BMW 528XI Homelink. ;;;


** possibly the above same steps may work with other BMW 5-series cars homelink too (but I'm not sure) **

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Why does the sunroof on my bmw not close ?


Hi,
It might be the sunroof switch that needs resetting,
Press open and keep button pressed till you hear a clicking sound, then press close and keep button pressed till you hear clicking sound that should have reset the switch.

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I want to reset my memory positions on the drivers seat in a BMW 325Ci E46


Just press the memory button and then then number button. Make sure that you have the seat and mirrors where you want. It works a lot like setting a channel on a radio

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I have a 1999 323i bmw and the convertable top doesnt work the light is blinking and i dont know how to check if the motors work what wires do i hook it up to and how can i test everything else


i had the same problem with my 1998 bmw 323i and right under the back drivers seat there is an emergency convertible top lever with a orange tip on it. i removed my back seat to make it easier. when you pull that lever, you will hear a bang sound. that is the sound of the motors disengaging.(there are 3 top motors in the trunk by the left side panel when you remove it) you will then have full access of movement to either put the top up or down. But before you do any of this, i Really suggest you watch this youtube video. if this link doesnt work, you can go to youtube.com and type in bmw convertible top motor stuck and click on the first link BMW DIY #3 E36 Top Repair. I suggest watching the whole video first before attempting or if you want, you can have a mechanic do it! hope this helps

Mar 09, 2011 | 1999 BMW 323 Series

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any restriction under the seat
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Mar 12, 2010 | 2002 BMW 5 Series

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1998 BMW 740i driver power seat and tilt not working?


If your driver's seat and the steering column adjustments are not working, check the switch assembly on the side of the driver's seat. Look at the wiring harness plug. Is it properly and securly plugged in? This is a common problem, the harness plug housing breaks and the plug comes loose.

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Drivers side window,1996 BMW 318is,stoped working? can hear it click in the door when I press the button. can I trubshot and fix @ home


chances are you are going to have to replace the motor in that door. the quick and easy way is to replace the entire assembly which includes the motor and the track. If you are handy enough to remove the interior door panel and remove the old assembly you can certainly install the new one.

Sep 07, 2009 | 1996 BMW 318

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Bmw seat wont go back


The power seat uses DC motors. To change direction the polarity reverses from one direction to another. If you hear the motor "clicking" when you try to drive it forward, even though it is already forward, this signals the motor brushes are making contact to the commutator. So if it is "clicking" the problem is most likely the rearward seat movement switch itself or bad connection from the seat switch to the motor. If there is no "clicking" sound, this indicates no power is reaching the motor, it is most likely hair, dust or trash that has entered the motor and become lodged under the brushes, preventing failure of the electric circuit to the commutator. Unbolt the seat, remove it from the car and be careful with disassembly and cleaning of the motor, they can be difficult to reassemble as they have permanent magnets. I am not certain on your BMW, but many manufacturers use a motor with an open end that you can manually rotate the motor by hand with a piece of square key stock, this may also dislodge any debris stuck under the brushes and allow the motor to operate.

Jan 19, 2009 | 1999 BMW 328 Series

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