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Heater I have a 97 328i, the heater fan runs at all settings but have no heat. Any help out there? Dave Gifford Great Falls MT

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  • smackey74 May 11, 2010

    are you leaking coolant from your heating core?

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Hello .first step is to check for coolant hoses conected to the firewall of the vehicle , sometimes people by pass this hoses when they have a defective heater , if this is not the case , check for correct operation of the a/c controls if is a manual check for cables stuck or broken when moving the knob you will fel ressitance or nothing at all / if is atomatic or electronic you need to scroll the temp to the designated temp and watch for flaps to move accordenly / best place to check is removing glove box complete and you will see the motors or in case of manual the cables that move the flaps

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