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Old 07-23-2006, 08:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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A/c problem here I got a question ???????

I have a 1995 325I convertible and I have owned it for about 4 months now. Since I have had it when turning on the blower knob it has dials of 1 ,2 ,3 and 4 . My 1 , 2 ,3 have never worked but the #4 which is high has always worked with a/c and the heater. Today I was running my A/c and it got a little cold so I turned it off , about 20 minutes later I turned it back on and NOTHING !!!!!!!! 1 , 2 ,3 nor 4 work . The compressor is still coming on but nothing is blowing out of the vents. I have looked online here and have got 2 ideas of what it could be #1 blower motor went out or #2 Resistor to the blower motor..................... What do yall think this could be ???????????? If it is a resistor where is this located ?????? Any kind of help would be gladly accepted.


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Old 07-24-2006, 05:48 AM   #2 (permalink)
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ok this is definately your blower resistors. i highly doubt that it is the blower motor, if it just stopped working. i think you may have blown a fuse also because in the number four position it bypasses the resistor, if i am reading the wiring diagram correctly. if not the fuse than the blower relay went to shit.
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Blower resistor. If I remember correctly you can get to it from the driver side kick panel. Check the Bentley.
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Kick panel , you mean down by the speaker ? Wouldnt it be more up in the dash part or actually in the kick panel near where the speaker is located ?
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