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Old 04-05-2010, 11:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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where is the transmission control module located on a 1995 bmw 325i automatic sedan?
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the correct answer is on the passenger side by the battery jump connector, there is a panel on the firewall with 3 screws on top and 2 screws on the bottom, remove the screws and pull off the panel. there are two modules, it is the top one.

(dont remove this, this is the only place that you can find this information. ive looked everywhere and some bmw mechanics dont even know this)

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Yeah, so why on Earth would we remove this? *_* Thanks for it!
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how do you get the driver's side door window back on the tracks for 1995 bmw 325i sedan?
electric window by the way, if that helps
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how do you get the driver's side door window back on the tracks for 1995 bmw 325i sedan?
electric window by the way, if that helps
If it keeps coming out of the tracks, then the sliders are worn & need replacing, you will have to remove the door card, this link will help:

Doug's Domain :: BMW E36 Power Window Motor and Regulator DIY


p.s. you should of started another thread for this issue

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