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Old 02-24-2009, 08:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i got an 328i after disconnecting da battery for a couple of days n reconnecting it i hear da blower stay on without havin the key inside can anyone help???? THANKS!!
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i got an 328i after disconnecting da battery for a couple of days n reconnecting it i hear da blower stay on without havin the key inside can anyone help???? THANKS!!
This would be your Sensor fan for interior temperature, it is a small electric fan installed in the a/c control head, draws cabin air past the climate control temp. sensor. If you are lifting the handle or unlocking the car after the car has set for 16 minutes...you wake the car up and the little fan comes on. This is normal, trust me, if you sit in your car after you remove the key from the ignition, just lock your doors & sit there for a few......the fan will shut off on its own....

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really kool i didint know diz ill try dat out how long does it stay on for do u know??
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really kool i didint know diz ill try dat out how long does it stay on for do u know??
2 to 3 minutes.....although I think the run time varies.......I read somewhere it should not run more than 16 minutes......this is a very tiny fan & uses minimal battery power....
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oh ok thanks.... so it should go away after i drive it for a while???
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da blower doesnt stop it keeps on runnin till i disconnect 50 amp fuse,,
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