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Old 06-07-2013, 09:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Exclamation 316i Heating probs

Can anyone help have just bought a 2002 361i and the heating will not go below 59f .The switch seams to work ok as it does go up then back down but not below 59 . can someone give me some advice please as it is my first Beamer .
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Thats all it goes down too. 59F is 15C and thats what mine goes down to. Temp ranges from 15-24 degrees Celcius.
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Hi, thanks for replying the tep is reading 16 and that is great BUT it is not blowing out cold air only hot. any suggestions
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Their should be a snowflake button, thats for the AC. Their may also be a dial under the main center vent that has cold/hot. Set that to cold when you want it cold.

Do you not have your original owners manual?
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Heating problems

I have tried but it just blows hot even trying the ac.
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