Question about 2004 BMW 3 Series
This problem is caused by a defective door ajar switch, it is located inside the door on the door latch, to be sure which of the switches is causing the problem have the BMW dealer scan the body control central module, it can read which switch is defective.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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