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Do you know if an E36 M3 heater/climate control module will fit and completely work in my e36 1992 325i? The difference is that mine has all the knobs, and one that I want to buy has all the electronic buttons and stuff! Any help is appreciated!
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The short answer is Ö No.
Youíre trying to replace your conventional controls with an automatic climate control which is electronic. It works in conjunction with what BMW calls a final stage resistor which you donít have and would be very expensive to retrofit.

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