BMW 325i Problem Report

BMW 325i Side Door Window May Stop Working Due to Failed Window Requlator

(91 reports)

A side door window regulator may fail causing the window to stop working, in some eases falling into the door. Replacement of the failed regulator will be required to correct this concern.

Rolled down rear window on my BMW 325i and hear a loud pop like breaking glass. Opened the door up and sure enough it was the window regulator that was broken on my car with 46K miles. BMW should be forced to repair this under a recall. -
Just put window down today passenger side window will not go up. Bmw should recall the junk materials they used in such a pricey vehicle. Hardly ever put my windows down so cannot blame it on overuse. -
Rear window regulator broke in the down position. You can hear the motor trying to move the window when you hit the button, but nothing happens. Part had to be replaced at the expense of $240 -
replaced door regulator expense 276.00 -
Window regulators went out on THREE out of four windows when the vehicle was only a year and a half old. Cause was defective regulators covered under warranty. I also had problems with the front passenger window as well. -
the driver side pulls up slow and stop some times -
My window first started making a weird creaking noise inside and then one day the window just stopped rolling up and down although I could hear the motor and nothing was happening so I had the window repaired for approximately 230 bucks -
Silicone was placed on window seals and around -
I have had to replace driver side front window regulator twice in the past year, and the passenger front window regulator once! This is rediculous for such a pristene qualility automobile like a BMW...VERY disappointing! -
When trying to bring the window up, it would go back down after going full travel up. -
Window just quit going up! Raised the window tocome up n heard a pop noise, then no movement! This last one, in a automatic car wash! FUN! Had one do the same thing around 50k miles! This will probably be our last BMW in this family. Wife has already switched to a Volvo! I've been a Nissan or Acura fan mostly. Other than these and other issues that are always expensive to repair there is just something cool about owning a BMW. LOL -
got to fix it also. -
All windows have now had regulators replaced. 2 with motors. $200 per window: parts and labor -
Window motor working but the wire that raises the window up an down was all crumpled and mangled up -
This has happened to 3 windows and the front drivers window twice -
I am having the same problem, i brought my car to the dealer they asked 900+ for the motor and $120 hourly to install them... what a pain! -
Both back windows inoperable. -
all 4 regulators out -
Not fixed yet - front passenger side and driver side -
Just occurred 2/18/2015. The rear window drivers side failed to go all the way up and stuck in the middle. When tryimg to get it to go down it sounded as if the window just fell and broke inside the door also making a grinding noise. It wwould not go up or down after that. I removed the door panel and found that the silver metal cable had broke free and became completely caught up in the pulley of the motor and was mangled. The cable itself could probably be replaced however it probably would just do it again so I think I will just have to replace the motor itself but its difficult to tell where the cable attaches to and I have been unable to find any clear pictures of this assembly in place showing how it should go. The photos of the part do not show how it is to look assembled. Would love to know where to find a photo of it assembled showing in detail how it should look. -
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