Bmw E46 Heater Fan

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Bmw E46 Heater Fan Removal

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Find how right. I can't absolutely guarantee that this is your problem, but my money would be on the fan control module that's located on the fan. That fan has a control module on it that frequently fails in the 'full on' position.


The only solution is to replace the entire fan/fan shroud assembly since the control module is not available as a separate part. I did a quick lookup, the part is $500-ish from BMW and $200-ish from a variety of aftermarket suppliers. Contoh program visual basic. The good news is, it's a five-minute job and just requires removing a couple of Torx bits and a couple of those push-pins that BMW uses everywhere for retaining plastic parts, plus the electrical connector.

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