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Old 06-22-2013, 04:23 AM
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Default Window Issues

I purchased a 2008 135i. It has an issue with the window now going up. I assume it's a problem with the pressure sensor? the window goes up 1/2 way then goes back down. Even when I hold the switch up to bypass the auto roll up feature it sometimes doesn't work. I currently don't wind the windows down often as a result. I have read many forums about others having this issue. Not sure if there is a real fix based on other forums. Maybe someone may have dealt with and solved this problem? if so can you please help.

I have taken it to the dealer and they were not able to figure it out. they reset the ECU and it returned a week later. Thank you.


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