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Old 09-06-2005, 09:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Automatic Climate Control prob

Just wondering if anyone knew anything about the auto climate control....The problem i have is that the speed at which the air comes out of the vents is constantly on wide open, even when varying the controls. Is it a simple fix, or is it a little tougher than i think????
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Check the final stage resistor it is a common problem on e46. Do a web search or search the forum archives on "final stage" and im sure you will have plenty of results. Also check www.bmwtips.com there is a write-up there for AC musty odors which involves removing the final stage to access the heater case. this should help if youre planning on doing the job yourself.

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yep,,your correct,,its the a/c resistor,,should cost about £60....or dollar equivalent..it is a common problem
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