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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Convertible Top
Unfortunately, there is no manual override. If the convertible top motor isn't engaging, check the fuse. If you have a blown fuse, replace it, then see if there is anything in the way or jamming the top and keeping it from going down, then have somebody work the switch while you assist the top back up.
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
SOURCE: 335i convertible top
Dont worry Please try the following which are the only step which could be done by a non-mechanic..
First check fuses F7-5 amps, F27- 5 amps, F35-25 amps, and F43- 5 amps.
Second, check the wires at the first bend of the soft top
at the driver's side. If any is cut/frayed/damaged then repair it...
Hope this helpss..
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
You can't remove the front headrests from 2009 or later BMW's without first disconnecting internal wiring that runs inside 1 of the posts for each headrest to the inside the seat. This wiring is part of the Active Restraint Safety System that was new for 2009.
If you force it and break the wire you will at a minimum need to spend about $300 at the dealer to resplice the wire by taking the back off the seat.
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
I just had the same problem. There is a hydraulic fluid reservoir in the trunk on the left wheel well. It should be filled to the little dot inside a circle on the tank. If not, turn the T-handle on the motor, just above the reservoir, counterclockwise. Unscrew the plug with an allen wrench and fill to appropriate level with hydraulic fluid. Replace cap and then turn T-handle clockwise and secure tightly. If tank was completely empty, it will take a few lifts back and forth of the top with button to build up good pressure. Thank goodness it is a cheap and easy fix. Its kind of difficult to get the fluid in the little hole though. I used a small turkey baster.
Posted on Dec 23, 2010
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