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Old 06-17-2013, 04:22 PM
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Replacing Fuses

I have read many articles on the door actuator problems in the e46 and e92 models, and am trying to replace the fuses. the fuse map says fuse # 57, so i replaced it with a new 15 amp fuse. I tested the old fuse with an volt meter and got nothing so I know it is blown.

the problem is, for some reason the locks still aren't working. anyone have any suggestions as to what this may be?

Is there anything i need to do after replacing fuses to get them to work again?
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Old 06-17-2013, 05:05 PM
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I have read many articles on the door actuator problems in the e46 and e92 models, and am trying to replace the fuses. the fuse map says fuse # 57, so i replaced it with a new 15 amp fuse. I tested the old fuse with an volt meter and got nothing so I know it is blown.

the problem is, for some reason the locks still aren't working. anyone have any suggestions as to what this may be?

Is there anything i need to do after replacing fuses to get them to work again?

Hoping you meant ohmmeter.

Can you pull the fuse and see the connecting fuse wire inside?

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Old 06-18-2013, 06:07 AM
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Fuses do not blow in a BMW unless there is a problem. You have a bad door actuator.
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