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blackxs is offline Quote Quick Reply blackxs View Public Profile Find More Posts by blackxs post #3 of 8 Old 19th February 2010, 11:39 AM M5 London M5 Expert (>4000) Can I assume that one of the 6 actuators is bad? Google Bookmark this Post! They charge in the ignition but I doubt it could stay powered forever because they can only last through so many cycles Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter

Google Bookmark this Post! The car should stop beeping. It may help sometimes to hold the key close to the rear view mirror as this is where the sensor is located in most models. 1. mine still works. http://forum.bmw5.co.uk/topic/10909-e39-remote-key-not-workingnow-with-the-solution/

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Copyright © 2001 - 2013 Bimmerforums.com Bimmerforums.com is not affiliated with BMW NA or BMW AG. Bmw 5 Series Remote Key Not Working The guy at the stealership told me that something to do with the fuel door lock sometimes sticks and blows the fuse, he also said that it must be going bad..... Started by Nadeem, 7 May 2007 34 posts in this topic Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2 Nadeem 1 Newbie Members 1 48 posts Location:London,London Occupation:Sales Posted

A fuse was blown and the button inside the car still locked the doors but the remote would do nothing.

Find all posts by manlord #9 17-Jan-2011, 10:18 AM oilburner Beading on My Wagon BMW Driver Join Date: Sep 2010 Location: Dublin Posts: 692 Thanks: 217 Thanked 177 Bmw X5 Remote Key Not Working Am I doing the sequence of reprogramming right, i've read numerous versions of it but they're essentially the same. By coincidence I have an appt with main dealer today, the remote locking has gone intermittant and It's prob gonna be a new key. Ask for discount Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Nadeem 1 Newbie Members 1 48 posts Location:London,London Occupation:Sales Posted 8 May 2007 · Report post oh

Bmw 5 Series Remote Key Not Working

Got any suggestions on this one? click site Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below. Bmw E39 Central Locking Fuse Step #4 is referring to button #2 on the key...and specifically to the button in the illustration that is numbered as button #2: __________________ Q {BMW CCA Member #191509} 2006 E53 Bmw Remote Key Not Working Turn on ignition to finalize older 3 Button Key (E36, E38, E39) Remote Key Re-Initialise -If a key fails to operate remotely, it will have to be re-initialised (all keys in

Confirmed by door lock operation. - Repeat for second key within 30 seconds of first. - After last key then cycle the ignition on/off to finalise the process (not necessary to This should be confirmed by door lock operation. 4. I would suggest you unplug that actuator and see what happens. I did a bit of googling for instructions on replacing the battery, but it seems that from 2001 onwards, this key does not have a battery, and is charged by the Bmw Key Not Working 3-series

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  • On some models the LED on the key will flash slowly for around 10 seconds, other models the central locking will lock and unlock rapidly to indicate correct procedure.
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  • If you can then you just have a burnt fuse.
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  • After i programmed my keys, the car didnt give me any confirmation ( didnt lock and unlock).
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Trunk button and the unlock key worked after i tried to reprogram (i lost count how many times i did this ), for some reason the lock didnt work but i The United States saw several variations including the 525i, 528i, 530i and 540i. -- View the E39 Wiki Page 1 of 5 1 2345 > Thread Tools Display Modes privacy .:. Cola de reproducciónColaCola de reproducciónCola Eliminar todoDesconectar Cargando...

I checked fuses and did have the blown central locking fuse in the trunk. Bmw E39 Key Programming All functions of the general module appeared to be fine except it would not accept key sync. If you have another key do the same button pressing within 30 seconds 5.

Does anyone know how to remove and replace the actuator Thanks Bryan 00 540i 005 series View Public Profile Find all threads started by 005 series Find all posts by 005

Google Bookmark this Post! Join Our Free BMW Community Now Review Our New Member Guide to Help Get You Started Read the Latest BMW News and Rumors Take Advantage of the Best BMW European Delivery This doesn't fail nearly as often as the key itself. My Bmw Remote App Not Working Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Sphinx 9 Chief Member Gold Members 9 2,487 posts Posted 9 May 2007 · Report post whilst on keys, I

Finally, I clean up walked outside tried to unlock my trunk NOTHING HAPPENED!!?!?! Now I found a whole new problem....the passenger door lock wasn't working at this same time as the blown fuse with the gas door actuator. Register Now In order to be able to post messages on the BMW-Driver.net Forums forums, you must first register. Posting Quick Reply - Please WaitPosting Quick Reply - Please Wait « Previous Thread | Next Thread Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests) Thread