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    Trouble locking with comfort access

    I have just got a new 650 Individual coupe in Canada.

    Every thing is great except locking the car using the comfort access. I have to stand so long holding the handle with my thumb in the key lock that I look a pratt. It only works 20% of the time. I've now given up and am using the key remote to lock the car.

    Opening is perfect every time

    I know it's no big deal but it's annoying the hell out of me. I've returned it to the dealer and they say there's nothing wrong.

    I have checked the manual many times and I know I am trying to lock the car correctly.

    Anyone any ideas what's going on?


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    Re: Trouble locking with comfort access

    I have found that it onhly takes a light touch of one finger to lock the car on both doors. Too much pressure/heat seems to confuse the sensors.

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    Re: Trouble locking with comfort access

    wife had the same problem. use just a finger she was holding on the the handle with her hand and then pressing on the lock area. really confuses the computer.

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