Question about 1998 BMW 3 Series
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no heat or a/c
From what your saying, it works in a sense, but very little air is blowing out. I had this issue with my '96 328i where the climate control was only running the fans at a low speed no matter what setting I put it on. The resolution to my problem was replacing the final stage unit for the climate control and now my heat and a/c work beautifully and the fan goes from low to high without problems. If you don't have climate control but the manual dials for the heat and a/c, then you may need to change the blower resistor pack. For either unit, it can be located in several places and you'll have to do some searching to find it good. If the convertible is any similar to the 4dr sedan I have, it should be located under the dash panel on the drivers side at the rear of the console. Hopefully this link may help you out.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: 1994 BMW 318i Fuse Box layout
the fuses u are looking for are as follows:
From the top left first row its# 4
then the bottom row its # 19
I also wanted to point out. from 1989 to 1996 the brake switch was the common failure for bmw's
the series it included were 318i, 525-540i, and all 7 series. if the fuses dont fix it.. its the switch
located under a panel u need remove on the drivers side on the steering collum
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 BMW 328i fusebox diagram
I have 1998 BMW 328i and it shut off entire air condition system while running. sometime it works fine then suddenly it shut off while driving.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
go to the link below, type in the code and the difinition of that code comes up in a list as defined by each car maker.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
YOU WILL NEED TO REMOVE RADIO AND CALL LOCAL BMW. GIVE THE SERIAL NUMBER AND THE CAN GIVE YOU THE CODE. VERY EASY TO REMOVE. FLIP TWO LITTLE FLAPS BACK ON EACH SIDE OF UNIT IN THE FRONT. WILL FIND TO VERY SMALL ALLEN BOLTS. LOOSEN BOTH AND RADIO SHOULD POP RIGHT OUT.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
Testimonial: "thank u for your help. I called a dealership, and they told me same thing. When I pulled out radio, the code was written on back of radio it works"
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