1995 e36 328i- central locking aggro!!!

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  1. 1995 e36 328i- central locking aggro!!! 
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    Arkiecomm's Car Details
    Model of Car:
    328i
    Year of Manufacture:
    1995
    Transmission Type:
    Manual
    Car Body Type:
    Coupe

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    Hello ive just upgraded my 1.8 to the lovely 2.8 sport 3dr all runs a dream but as with most cars have their little problems. And mine is with the central locking :(
    Ill start off with if i try locking/unlocking car from drivers door all works apart from passenger door.. But if i lock/unlock from passenger door all works fine.. Bugging i know... Now i do have an alarm fob its a 3t alarm with a 1 button long rectangle key fob with mpt1340 wrote on the back.. This does not work.. Light flashes on fob but no joy with car.. I tried the old re sync sequence with no joy... Could not get red led to stay on :/ after this not working i thought id look under the bonnet to find 2 wires take out of the siren and just hanging there...
    I have left the wires as i read 3t is an imoboliser and didnt want to imobolise my running car if you get what i mean :/
    Was wondering is anyone would have any advice on what step i should take an im hoping i dont have to go to bmw themselves with my pants pulled down..
    Hope to hear from someone soon thankyou all
    Cole
     
     

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    Electrolytic's Car Details
    Model of Car:
    323i
    Year of Manufacture:
    1997
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    Touring

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    you need to look at the connecter block thingy under the carpet under the passengers seat. corrosion on the contacts. some people replace with a chock bloc.
     
     

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