closed up the storage lid in trunk to put a suitcase in. After returning, put storage lid back down, but now top will will not go down. Red light shows, but nothing happens.
Country: United StatesMake: BMWModel: 325CiYear: 2004
Made sure lid in trunk was completely down. Still top would not retract
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Are these sensors in a spot where I can access them?
The system is not really meant to be worked on at home, no. Plus a special computer is required to hook up to the car and read out info to verify where the fault lies, prior to repairs.Please use the "reply" or "continue the conversation" link if you require further information. Otherwise please do not forget to leave a positive rating (far right) so that I may be credited and compensated for my answer, thank you.