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electrical problem for E36 sedan, 325iA. (archive)

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Posted by chinesebmw on October 07, 1999 at 23:11:39:

hi everyone. I need a little help. On Monday nite, as
i was driving off from work to home, I was lowering
my windows and opening my sunroof to eat some wind
(need to be alive somehow, working 12+ hours a day in a
restaurant isn't good for you).

I FIRST used the one touch open/close feature on driver
window. then I went ahead lower the front/left window
(front passanger) and the both back passanger at the
same time. as i knew, it stopped moving!!!

I was taking a crap, what happened? oh sh*t oh sh*t.
what to do? it's late (1200am) and I was tired as hell
so I started driving home with my driver's window open
and the other (3) windows are half way open. it looks
awkward.

the past two nites. i noticed that the (4) buttons to
rise or lower the windows doesn't light up (when I turn
on the low lights, night driving).

ALSO i noticed the sunroof doesn't open nor light up
(the switch). it's awkward I'll tell you. one window
all the way open, (3) windows are half way open and the
sunroof is half open also.

I did a little diagnosis. I check all the fuses in the
engine bay, found out ALL of them words fine. some of
em had to have the car on (ie: fuel pump, low beam,
high beam)

so please if anyone knows how to resolve this problem
please let me know. I'll truly appretiate this.

thanks alot in advance.

chinesebmw (Tong KaChun)
[email protected]
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