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  1. 2004 E46 320D Touring - Faulty Central Locking 
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    My user name gives away what model ive got

    Basiclly the problem is that the central locking button and the hazards dont work

    Checked the fuses and they're fine


    So please....


    HELPP


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    When you unlock the car with the key does the central locking unlock all the doors or just the driver door?

    If the central locking operates this way then I would think it's a problem with the alarm system not central locking

    I'm liking the photoshop effort But you forgot to add the E46 M3 type mirrors
     
     

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    It Unlocks all the doors



    like the z3 vents??

    Ill do some m3 mirrors soon lol


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    The hazards will be wired to the alarm system. Sounds like an alarm fault to me

    Is it BMW or aftermarket alarm?


    I think the E90 M3 style would go better, the only thing I like about the Z3 is the blue and white roundell it wears
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    I will move this to Auto electrical

    You can get the codes read for the alarm and lights, may be a good idea

    Also, do you have power(voltage) at the fuses involved?
     
     

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    Its a factory fitted alarm

    Thanks for the help guys


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