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I researched this question pretty carefully. Here's what I learned:
 
* The problem is extremely common in BMW 3 series cars (esp. 325 and 325xi). It is especially common with rear windows on 4-door sedans.
* It is caused, most of the time, by a part called a "window regulator." There is one inside each door, and most of the time, it has to be replaced.
* The part itself is not so expensive, but because the door has to be taken apart, the labor cost is high. I had to get this done here in Philly, mainly because I know the limits of my competence and I'm not quite ready to risk wrecking my own car while trying to fix it. All in all, it cost over $300 - and that was for one window.
* Incidentally, the problem is most common in BMW 3 series cars, 2001-2006, with average mileage of 101,745 miles (range is 9,000 to 280,000 mi.##mi.).
* Incidentally, the problem is most common in BMW 3 series cars, 2001-2006, with average mileage of 101,745 miles (range is 9,000 to 280,000 mi.##mi.).
 
I downloaded and have attached a diagnostic chart that can help you determine whether the window regulator needs to be replaced. Hope it's helpful.
 
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編集者: Sara Wedeman ,

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I researched this question pretty carefully. Here's what I learned:
 
* Hit <enter> to insert another list item, and <enter> twice in a row to end the list. To get subitems, repeat the bullet character once for each level of indent you want (e.g. **)TheThe problem is extremely common in BMW 3 series cars (esp. 325 and 325xi). It is especially common with rear windows on 4-door sedans.
* Hit <enter> to insert another list item, and <enter> twice in a row to end the list. To get subitems, repeat the bullet character once for each level of indent you want (e.g. **)TheThe problem is extremely common in BMW 3 series cars (esp. 325 and 325xi). It is especially common with rear windows on 4-door sedans.
* It is caused, most of the time, by a part called a "window regulator." There is one inside each door, and most of the time, it has to be replaced.
* The part itself is not so expensive, but because the door has to be taken apart, the labor cost is high. I had to get this done here in Philly, mainly because I know the limits of my competence and I'm not quite ready to risk wrecking my own car while trying to fix it. All in all, it cost over $300 - and that was for one window.
* Incidentally, the problem is most common in BMW 3 series cars, 2001-2006, with average mileage of 101,745 miles (range is 9,000 to 280,000 mi.##
 
I downloaded and have attached a diagnostic chart that can help you determine whether the window regulator needs to be replaced. Hope it's helpful.
 
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編集者: Sara Wedeman ,

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I researched this question pretty carefully. Here's what I learned:
 
#The* Hit <enter> to insert another list item, and <enter> twice in a row to end the list. To get subitems, repeat the bullet character once for each level of indent you want (e.g. **)The problem is extremely common in BMW 3 series cars (esp. 325 and 325xi). It is especially common with rear windows on 4-door sedans.

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It is caused, most of the time, by a part called a "window regulator." There is one inside each door, and most of the time, it has to be replaced.
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The part itself is not so expensive, but because the door has to be taken apart, the labor cost is high. I had to get this done here in Philly, mainly because I know the limits of my competence and I'm not quite ready to risk wrecking my own car while trying to fix it. All in all, it cost over $300 - and that was for one window.
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Incidentally, the problem is most common in BMW 3 series cars, 2001-2006, with average mileage of 101,745 miles (range is 9,000 to 280,000 mi.##
#The* Hit <enter> to insert another list item, and <enter> twice in a row to end the list. To get subitems, repeat the bullet character once for each level of indent you want (e.g. **)The problem is extremely common in BMW 3 series cars (esp. 325 and 325xi). It is especially common with rear windows on 4-door sedans.

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It is caused, most of the time, by a part called a "window regulator." There is one inside each door, and most of the time, it has to be replaced.
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The part itself is not so expensive, but because the door has to be taken apart, the labor cost is high. I had to get this done here in Philly, mainly because I know the limits of my competence and I'm not quite ready to risk wrecking my own car while trying to fix it. All in all, it cost over $300 - and that was for one window.
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Incidentally, the problem is most common in BMW 3 series cars, 2001-2006, with average mileage of 101,745 miles (range is 9,000 to 280,000 mi.##
 
I downloaded and have attached a diagnostic chart that can help you determine whether the window regulator needs to be replaced. Hope it's helpful.
 
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オリジナル投稿者: Sara Wedeman ,

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I researched this question pretty carefully.  Here's what I learned:

#The problem is extremely common in BMW 3 series cars (esp. 325 and 325xi). It is especially common with rear windows on 4-door sedans.

# It is caused, most of the time, by a part called a "window regulator." There is one inside each door, and most of the time, it has to be replaced. 
# The part itself is not so expensive, but because the door has to be taken apart, the labor cost is high. I had to get this done here in Philly, mainly because I know the limits of my competence and I'm not quite ready to risk wrecking my own car while trying to fix it. All in all, it cost over $300 - and that was for one window.
# Incidentally, the problem is most common in BMW 3 series cars, 2001-2006, with average mileage of 101,745 miles (range is 9,000 to 280,000 mi.##

I downloaded and have attached a  diagnostic chart that can help you determine whether the window regulator needs to be replaced. Hope it's helpful.

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