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Old 01-21-2005, 06:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone converted their rotary style HVAC to the digital style found on
later model e-36's?
I want to change mine (1992 325i sedan) to a digital (1998).
How is it gonna be possible, what are the parts I'll need? Does anyone have
any step by step procedure?
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Originally posted by lulul@Jan 21 2005, 07:09 PM
Has anyone converted their rotary style HVAC to the digital style found on
later model e-36's?
I want to change mine (1992 325i sedan) to a digital (1998).
How is it gonna be possible, what are the parts I'll need? Does anyone have
any step by step procedure?
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you can change to digital, but here is the problem...
it cost way too much to do it.
youll need the unit, wire harness, servoe motors and all.
even a new heater box, since rotary ac uses 3 servo motors, and digital uses 5, so you need the new box..

there are write ups on the net about this, do a search.

but honestly it cost too much.
unless you know someone who wrecket their car and you can thake all that you need from there, then try it,
otherwise is not worth it.
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