If the door is in (what I will call) a 'hard lock' condition, pulling on the door handle will not unlock it. Test it out. Get in your car (but don't start it) and lock the car with the key fob. You cannot get out, the car is 'hard locked'. That's why there is a warning on the windshield to not lock the car with the key with anyone inside the vehicle.Fast Bob said:From the inside, pull twice on the door handle to unlock. That should do it.
The passenger and rear doors do not have a key hole (not sure what the technical term is there).Burrogs said:Have you tried using the key?
When you press the lock/unlock button inside the car, is there a soft "thunk" every other push? Does your driver's door lock from the key fob, but not unlock unless you use the key? If the answer to both of those is "yes", you probably have a bad lock relay in the GM5 module behind the glove box. See www.bmwgm5.com for a full description and a reasonable repair service.I have a BMW 325i and the passanger door is locked as well as the 2 back doors. How do I get into my car? the central lock system isn't working. How can i bypass the general module and unlock my doors manually to get into the car. thanks.