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    My central locking on is not working the unlock button does not open any of the doors - when i open with the integrated key only the driver's opens, the switch on the inside doesn't work....the trunk seems to open, but thats about it...any ideas
     
     

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    Check the fuses?
     
     

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    That's great,cheers mate
     
     

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    Been a while since I last did one but seem to think it is fuse 41 and 42 (behind the glove box) If they are 15Amp replace them with 20Amp.(or is it replace 10A with 15A. Can't remember) That is an official BMW recommendation as the initial surge blows the smaller fuse. You will quite possibly need a new door latch however. Get them working again and then lock/unlock 15 times in succession, listen for any unusual noise from any door or if the fuse blows again hopefully one door will be in a different state from the others. Sometimes get smoke coming out the door doing this if the actuator is pulling a lot of current.
     
     

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