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Hi JT. The blower can be accessed from under the hood. The plastic grille trim piece must be removed. There is a panel held to the firewall with 4 screws that comes off. The wiring harness in that area needs moved out of the way and the plastic engine covers come out of the way. The blower motor has a plastic cover held in place with small springs clips. The clips are easy to drop so be careful. The blower motor wheels must be removed and installed in the car. It is not possible to install or remove the motor with the wheels on it. It sometimes also helps to put the wipers in the vertical position.
A ROUND YELLOW CIRCLE LIGHT WITH LINES ON EACH SIDE MEANS BRAKE PROBLEMS FRONT BRAKES OR REAR BRAKES HAS A FAULT. NOW IF CIRCLE HAS LINES INSIDE YOUR POWER STEERING FLUID LOW NEED CHECKING.THE WARNING LIGHT WILL TURN OFF WHEN PROBLEM FIX.
Sounds like a belt let go, but other items could come in to play here, such as. : Seized idler pulley, seized alternator, etc. Obviously you need to have it checked out. Did you notice if engine overheated, that would be the one that would worry me.
Disconnect negative battery cable. Locate airbag retentions on back of steering wheel. Unbolt or unclip retention devices, and release airbag. Then: Unplug airbag electrical connector. Remove nut or bolt in center of steering wheel with pneumatic impact wrench if necessary . Using appropriate steering wheel removal tool kit, carefully remove steering wheel, paying attention to associated wires, etc. Unplug anything not accompanying wheel, or that is in the way. Pay close attention to any rods, or contact pieces associated with the horn button(s.) Replace these upon reinstall. Reverse order to install including tightening center bolt to 35-55 ft-lbs. If this is your first stg wheel removal, try an old chevy, preferrably someone else's! If inexperienced, don't risk bruising your favorite Bimmer!!! Hope this helps you make your decision. Tater Todd
it ois always better to replace your current part with either a used, a new OEM part, or a new aftermarket compatible part it will save you alot of frustration and money in the long run. please rate this solution
I finally fixed this problem! Not sure if it will work for everyone
but it did for me. My new mechanic said there is an electronic
10 pin connector hooked up to the throttle body and mine had
2-3 pins that weren't making a good connection....THAT'S IT!