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Old 01-22-2005, 10:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys,

Im new to this forum and i just bought a 328i. At night i lock the car with the remote control but when i wake up in the morning all the windows are down and the sunroof is open.

What makes the car do that? Its been two nights in a row!

Is it a problem with the car? the remote?

I make sure to not hold the unlock key to long because i know that triggers everything to open.

How much would this problem cost me?

Thank you
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Old 01-22-2005, 06:45 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Whoa, pretty cool, well that sucks for you, but still. Never experienced THAT in my 328i.

Hummm..... well I'm not too sure on what can make that happen, besides holding down the unlock button for a long time.

Does it just happen randomly?
Is it cold where you are?

I've had a problem where i began to have problems when the cold weather hit. After a reporgraming of my DME at the dealer, all was well. Problems like, windows opening and closing about 1/4in as the doors opened or closed and other small things.

You sit on your keys? Accidentally trigger the opening? You have fresh batteries in the key? I'm just pulling this stuff out of my ass, tyring to brain storm.

Perhaps with this bump, others will see this and could relate better than I could.

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