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How do i replace the blower resistor on my 1996 BMW 318ti?

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  • cocomango Nov 27, 2008

    Hi there and thanks for your reply. I have a 95 318TI and I am stuck with the same problem. Since I am from Canada, the driver in the left side. can you please describe how I can find the blower resistor? Thanks again

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If you have a right hander it's on the passenger side.....or when you're sitting in the car, the left hand side.....Remove the side panel from under the dash.....That will uncover the center located heat exchange unit.....Look very close to the fire wall....Thats the plating separating the engine from the cabin.....What you're looking for, is a small unit which is fitted into the housing at the angled corner of the unit.....If memory serves, it's fitted in with a tongue at one side and a screw on the other....The electrical connection will guide you to the unit.....

keep cool....or warm

Best regards Johngee10

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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