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Old 05-19-2008, 04:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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E36 Blower Motor?

Hi, i have a e36 318i and the blower doesnt go at all....

i have check the fan with 12v...works fine...have checked RELAY 9 (blower relay)...energises when i put it in..and i have checked fuse 48 which is a large 40 amp fuse....not blown..yet still my fan refuses to work..i have the bentlys manual and it says to check the heater box?? under the glove box...(right hand drive) so on the left...but i cant find it...it also says there is a AUXILARY RELAY BOX containing realays and fuses also under the glove box..al i found was one relay and one fuse (the 40 amp big one)..? wheres the heater box?

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PLEASE HELP...ive been stuck on this for about a year now....convinced im going to crack it

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On my 318ti it is right under the hood in the center below the air intake. There are some good links around, sorry I dont have one handy. There is a fair amount of digging but keep at it and you will get there.
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try to check your resistor block.. hope it will help. if its the proble you can contact me on how to repair it. boss999@hot-shot.com goodluck
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hi its your heater resister
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