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Old 02-10-2009, 06:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Fuse box on a 530d year 2000

Hello can anyone help, my car batterey keeps going flat because the fan stays on even though I have turned the engiune off. Its the fan that controls the heat and aircon unit, doea any body know what nș fuse to take out as i dont have a manual.

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I think its fuse #'s 75 & 76, also found the info below

From the TIS:


Heater blower fails or runs permanently
E39, E46, E53 with air conditioning (option 530) or automatic air conditioning (option 534)
Complaint: The heater blower of the air conditioning system (IHKR) or of the automatic air
conditioning system (IHKA) intermittently or permanently fails, or continues to run at a
constant speed despite the blower speed being changed manually. The control panel of
the automatic air conditioning system (IHKA) shows the set blower speed to be
unchanged.
This fault pattern is fundamentally different from the complaint "air output decreases after
prolonged operation of the automatic air conditioning". E46: please refer to Service
Information bulletin
"No air output in air conditioning mode",
SI 64 04 00 (572)
Cause: Faulty blower output stage.
The IHKR/IHKA control panel is not faulty. In this case, replacing the control panel is
not justified and cannot be reimbursed through warranty.
Affected E39, E46, E53 with air conditioning system (option 530) or automatic air conditioning
vehicles: system (option 534) Manufacturing period: start of series production until June 2001.
Procedure: In case of customer complaint, replace the blower output stage.
E39: please refer to repair instructions "Replacing limit switch for fan of heater/air
conditioner",
64 11 222
E46: please refer to repair instructions "Replacing limit switch for fan of heater/air
conditioner",
64 11 228
E53: please refer to repair instructions "Replacing limit switch for fan of heater/airconditioner", - 64 11 228 (IHKA)
- 64 11 227 (IHKR)
Parts:
Description Part number Quantity
Blower output stage as per Electronic Parts 1
Catalogue (EPC
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