Yeah it has dual climate control, and your solution(FTjoe) that's probably the problem,Not checking the temp settings on both sides..makes me wonder how to mis it 'cause the tempsetting display is digital under/next to the < > buttons, hihihi.
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1997-1998 E36 Fuse Positions:
There are four fuses (#32, #33, #37, and #44) located in the plastic front power distribution box located in the left-hand rear corner (nearest the driver) of the engine compartment that cover the cigar lighter. The numbers are marked look under box cover.
hi you need to check your engine coolant level as soon as possible at the radiator as your heater runs off of the same coolant and wont work properly without it and could also damage your engine
if it run with a low coolant level
sounds like an EGR valve problem. it is probably clogged. get a tech to clean it or replace it and you should be good to go. if not it could be the MAF sensor or fuel delivery problem (fuel pump or injector problems?) or CPU.it is best to scan for diagnosis.
The E36 M3 is natorious for having some minor enigine hesitation immediately after a cold start. My car does this for about the first block both in the morning and after work. Its part of the engine management start routine: you will see this more specifically if you just start you car when its cold and let it idle. Initially you'll notice that the idle tone is a bit more rumbly and rough; but after about minute or so you'll notice that pitch changes and smoothes out. I was alarmed about this too, but after some research, I found it was a characteristic of the design. Just take it easy for the first block and you will never notice. Don't ever cold rev your engine. - Hope that helps.
Your fuel injection pressure is probably leaking down causing gasoline
to leak into the cylinders and resulting in a hard hot starting
condition due to "flooding" of the engine. Try holding the accelerator
pedal all the way to the floor of the car like your trying to go
maximum speed down the highway and crank the engine for 10 seconds or
less at a time. That tells your computer to enter the "clear flood"
mode and stop injecting gas into the engine. Ask your repair shop to
measure the fuel pressure and see if the pressure is bleeding off too