Question about 2006 BMW 750Li
Posted by Anonymous on
Has anyone been inside the door panel recently? If so it is possible they did not plug the actuator connector back up. using a pencil, try to engage the latch and lock it. Does it lock? Does it release when you pull the inside or outside handle? The latches can internally fail without notice. It is possible the actuator is frozen. If it is it will need to be replaced.
Posted on Sep 04, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
TAKE A SCREWDRIVER OR SOMETHING TO PUT IN THE GAP IN THE LATCH WHERE THE STIKER IN THE DOOR JAM IS WHEN IT IS CLOSED NORMALLY,& WHILE YOU HAVE THE SCREWDRIVER OR SOMETHING SIMILAR IN THE LATCH,PULL TOWARDS THE CAR WHILE YOU PULL THE HANDLE LIKE TO OPEN THE DOOR AS IF IT WAS CLOSED NORMAL,& IT SHOULD OPEN THE LATCH.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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