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#1 (permalink) Old 07-24-2005, 09:35 AM
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HI dudes can someone help please. Iv got problems with me air con its working ok cold but the problem is that it will not turn down it stays on high when i put it on auto it goes up to high and will not adjust when it gets cold enough in the car.It stays on high even if i put it on manaul. please help its on a 2000 328ci. ghead
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tough call, sounds like its more somehting that a bmw mechanic should diagnose. to me it kinda sounds like your climate control unit could be malfunctioning. but like i said you should really get a pro to diagnose... a good idea is to maybe call up the dealership asked to speak to a mechanic and just ask him what he thinks could be the problem, he might just tell you its something thats pretty common.

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HI m8 thanks for that i'll do that and see what they come up with..
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its normally a cheap resistor that goes wrong...shouldnt cost much

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So if i understand this right. you turn the fan speed down manually and it shows in the ihka ( display ) that it has been turned down. it still runs on high. if this is the case then it's the final stage resistor. good luck changing this yourself if you have no experience.
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