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Old 06-04-2019, 01:14 PM
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2013 640i coupe comfort access fuse

My CA isnít working on either door or trunk! Changed remote batteries and that didnít work, so now I think itís a fuse but lord knows which one! I donít have a fuse diagram sheet so looking for help!
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More than likely it isn't a fuse problem. There are a lot of other things that go wrong before it comes down to a fuse...plus there's a lot of other things powered by the same fuse. So if it was blown, you'd have a lot more things not working.

If you click the following link to the BMW TIS...I selected for an f13 640i...then typed COMFORT ACCESS into the search box. What you get is a long results list where those words appear. At the very top is a link with (SSP) in it...that link will take you directly to the wiring diagram for Comfort Access (CA). You'll see that the diagram is huge...so depending on what type of device you're on...you may need to "expand" the diagram (like if you're on a tablet or your phone) to find the component you seek info on (ie the driver or passenger or trunk CA aerial).

If you're not familiar with a wiring diagram...the fuse that powers a component is going to be preceded with an F (which stands for fuse) and will be followed by its fuse number. You will also see things highlighted (in color) in the diagram...those are "clickable links" that will provide you with even more details/info. Like if you find the fuse that powers the component you are inquiring about...if you click on the Fxx...it will probably give you another link that will show you exactly which fuse box it is located and have an illustration that has it highlighted.

Here's the link...and good luck: https://www.newtis.info/tisv2/a/en/f...Comfort+access
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Old 06-04-2019, 05:34 PM
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Thank you for your reply! Looks like it's BMW service time!
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