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Old 05-09-2004, 08:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey I have a 92 325is, and I noticed yesterday that when I turned the heat on it would only come out on the windshield and not through the ducts liked it usually does just cold air came out? Any one had this problem before?
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Yes, I have the same. It is just normal I think..... Look into your car manual
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I don't have a manual, and i had heat coming out of them before
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Mmmmm, very weird. I am going to do some research..........
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Make sure the knob on the center air duct is turned to the red and not the blue. At blue, only outside air passes through when you have the heat on. On red, heated air passes through...obviously, half way the air is partly heated.
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That is just what I want to say........... In cars with airco should this maybe different.
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yup, that's what i did already as well, is there some sort of motor that switch control to tell heat whether to go through or not?
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