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Smile Hello all new old bemmer owner

I have a 95 325i with no cabin heat what so ever,just cold air.Engine at operating temp,further check and found heater hose at fire wall or heater solenoid is hot.Heater solenoid has 3 wire plug(skinny wires) and no power to any wires,any idea as to where the power should be comming from ,how do i check this? THANKS IN ADVANCE I'S COLD OUT THERE.
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Hi, looking in my Bentley I see that there are several fuses involving the heating & A/C control head......mid 95' e36's have a digital head & pre mid 95' have a rotary knob control head.....fuses 16, 20, 23, 31, 37, 39, 41, so, I would check all the fuses & if they are all good, next look into the heater control head itself......they are considered a common problem in the e36.

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Also, you should have power to the wire set going to the heater valve with the heater control head powered to the heat setting, if not check the heater valve itself for blockages....see link below:

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