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    Hi I have problems with the mirco switches on the doors the ones that drop the windows when you open the doors. Does anyone know where I can get them and a part number? I have been to gsf and euro parts and they have told me they dont do them so can somebody help Thanks kelvin
     
     

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    http://www.realoem.com/bmw/showparts...39&hg=41&fg=40

    Number 6 on here...

    Part number 51218205041, is http://www.cooper-bmw-parts.co.uk/in...com_virtuemart from the dealer

    You could always try Quarry Motors or even Chris http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...wsbury-t18534/ who I know is breaking a couple of convertibles ATM
     
     

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    So the part I need is part of the striker plate not in the door ? ok cool so if I change both the striker plates it will sort the problem out??
     
     

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    as far as i know the motor has this function built into it
     
     

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    I have been told that the function is in the motor but is switched via a mirco switch ?? But I have had a few people tell me different thing now I am confused
     
     

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    Later models have the switch built in with the door striker plate, as shown here, http://autorepair.about.com/library/...l606i.htm?rd=1

    Early ones have a microswitch on the door catch mechanism. Like here, http://www.frankies-bmw.com/3series/...icroswitch.php
     
     

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