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#1 (permalink) Old 08-05-2003, 01:08 PM
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Ok.. I have a 1982 528e and the fuse box was melting around the fuse clips for the auxilary fan and blower. I went to a junk yard and found another fuse box for which I just replaced.

Somewhere along the line I must have messed up the wiring as now when I put the key in the first dentent postion the fan will come on if I have the A/C button on and the sunroof will operate as normal but as soon as I put the key in the second detent position and the car is running the fan goes off and I can no longer operate my sunroof.

Please help... I can not drive it this way as it will overheat if the auxilary fan can't operate.

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The only thing I can think of is that you have a wire crossed somewhere. You may want to go back to start, take it apart, trace teh connections and do it over again. That's the only way I can figure that you would be able to come across the problem.

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yeah, sounds like a relay wired backwards. get out the wiring diagram and double check.

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