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M3 heaters problem

I HAVE A 1997 BMW M3 AND THE HEATERS ONLY BLOW WARM ON THE LEFT AND STAY COLD ON THE RIGHT

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  • joe May 11, 2010

    does this vehicle have dual climate control meaning you and the passenger can select different temps? maybe the passenger's temp is dialed in at >80 and driver's temp is dialed in at <68?

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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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