Question about 2000 BMW Z3
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a problem with your wiring harness near the cab/trunk line. I've been trying to diagnose my faulty top (looks like all mine is sensor problems) and I came accross this problem many times on bimmerfourms.com There is lots of useful information there.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
It can also be theseat motor since there is seperate motors for up/down & forward/backwards. You can test the switch to see if you are getting power to the connector on the motor by using a multimeter.
If there is power to the motor, I would remove the motor and give it a tap on the ground. Alot of the time the motor is fine, and the tap will free it up again. If it doesn't work you may be up for a new seat motor. Giving mine a tap solved the issue with mine.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
On the manual the fluid is "lifetime" BMW MTF LT-1, SOME models used ATF. There is a plate on the side of the transmission that will give what your particular model was filled with.
On the automatic the fluid type should be printed on the "type plate" on the side of the transmission
both are usually Dexronn III ATF, but please check your plate!!!
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
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