When the car is stationary. Push down on the back (Boot or TRunk) as hard as you can a few times & listen for the squeek. It's more common in the rear suspension from my experience. It sounds like the bushings are gone or worn at the top of the suspension struts.
That's if it does squeek. You might not need your suspension replaced just the bushings as they are normally plastic.
Try doing the same by pushing down at the front of the car also as it maybe happening there too.
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If everything has stopped working ie. blower,you can't change the vents, a/c compressor won't come on, then I would look at the control head, If the vents still change, then I would check the fuses,( it's a 30 amp) for the blower, If that is good. the resitor may be bad, some times the blower will work on high only, this will tell you that it's the resistor, If ithe blower doesn't work on any setting then it could be the the blower.
If you are going to try this yourself, let me know and I can guide you thru it and check to see which part is bad. you will need an ohm meter
The thermostat and water pump are both common failure points on BMW 6-cyl engines of this era.
I would recommend checking the thermostat first, then moving on to the water pump.
If the vehicle has overheated several times, you may need to remove the cylinder head and have it checked for warp.