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Old 09-11-2006, 08:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Window Wouldnt go up out of No were

Have a 96 318is Coupe, and my windows have never been a problem. This morning I lowered my drivers side window to do my morning Spit out the window, anyhow when rolling the window back up, it stopped half way. At this point I was like Dam that sucks. Since the passenger side was still working I changed the windows switches thinking maybe the switch went bad. Thats not the case. Checked the fuses but found that it is 1 fuse for both windows, so thats not it. The window didnt fall out of the rail or anything cause its pretty solid in the middle.

Anyone have any ideas what might of happened here?
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window regulator or possibly comfort relay.

first one would be my instinctive guess
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Well check this out. The window still goes down, and up. However it stops half way. When I open and close the door the window still opens slightly and closes slightly as if it were completely shut. WTF could this be?
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Someones got to know something about this. Whats up BMW owners, no one?
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Old 09-12-2006, 10:25 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Well the window went up on its own. Thanks for the HELP! LOL
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