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Old 01-29-2013, 11:51 AM
paperplane94 paperplane94 is offline
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Mein Auto: 1989 525i M20B25
Keep using the hair dryer and drive around in a hot place for a while. The foam is thick and you really need to air it out to prevent mildew. Use a wooden stick to hold up the carpet to let it air out.

The reverse lights staying on are the result of a bad/frayed wires at the trunk arm leading to the trunk lid.
Remove the cover on the trunk lid arm and take a look at the wires there. You will more than likely find your problem. It can be fixed with butt splice connectors.



The door open warning is due to a bad switch in the b-pillar door catch. If you look at the catch there is a black switch on it that may be loose. Try driving around with the switch taped closed. If that doesn't work it might be the wiring. See this:
http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/sho...43&postcount=2



One more thing. If the leak comes back again(mine did) use some of that green weed wacker/trimmer line, like this:

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