BMW Case Study 158: 216D BCD Module Replacement

If your BCD (Body Control Module) in a BMW car fails, you might observe various symptoms, including:

  1. Electrical Malfunctions: Issues with lights, power windows, door locks, or other electrical components.
  2. Warning Lights: Illumination of warning lights on the dashboard indicating system malfunctions.
  3. Erratic Behavior: Unpredictable behavior of vehicle functions controlled by the BCD, such as wipers, mirrors, or interior lights.
  4. Failed Accessories: Malfunctioning features like the radio, air conditioning, or power seats.
  5. Difficulty Starting: Problems starting the vehicle, or issues with keyless entry systems.

If you notice any of these symptoms, it’s advisable to have the BCD module inspected by a qualified technician.

Accurate diagnosis and timely repairs are essential to maintain the proper functioning of the vehicle’s electrical systems in the BMW 2 Series.

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The Owner of the BMW 216D, facing multiple electrical malfunctions, sought assistance from Revol Carz Garage.
Our BMW Specialist accurately detected and promptly resolved the issue by replacing the BCD module, ensuring minimal downtime.