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  1. 2003 e46 - Key and car comfort settings 
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    hi,

    Since picking up the car, I've noticed the previous owner has a few comfort settings set up on the car eg. auto locking doors when moving off.

    Is there a way to change these settings without having to go to the dealer?

    What I want to change are as follows:
    - Mirrors to autodip when reversing - didn't appear to work when I tried it today.
    - boot only opens from the key fob, doesn't work using the handle (previous owner told me this was a comfort setting, but I'm not sure)

    cheers

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    i think its a dealer thing for e46!
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    Only the passenger side mirror autodips, you need to make sure the button, on the door panel by where you adjust the mirror, is pushed over to the right, pushing the button to the left stops the autodipping
     
     

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