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Old 11-20-2012, 11:14 PM
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2010 328i windows will not go down?

I currently own a 328i convertible, and the windows are stuck all the way up. They are designed to drop slightly when I open the doors, but they fail to do so. This causes them to press against the roof, leaving a rather large (1-1.5 inch) crack in between the front and rear windows. This has just happened, as they were working fine earlier. The window switches do nothing, and the hardtop retract switch does nothing as well, not even pulling the top down. Both rear windows function normally. Is there anything I can do to fix this? It's vital that I have a car currently, so I really do not want to have to take it to the dealer.

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Old 11-20-2012, 11:21 PM
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I currently own a 328i convertible, and the windows are stuck all the way up. They are designed to drop slightly when I open the doors, but they fail to do so. This causes them to press against the roof, leaving a rather large (1-1.5 inch) crack in between the front and rear windows. This has just happened, as they were working fine earlier. The window switches do nothing, and the hardtop retract switch does nothing as well, not even pulling the top down. Both rear windows function normally. Is there anything I can do to fix this? It's vital that I have a car currently, so I really do not want to have to take it to the dealer.

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