Question about 2001 BMW 325
Quite simply, you won't be able to start the car. All the starter does is turn the engine over until the cylinders fire. If the starter goes, you'd have to either jump start the car (if it's a manual transmission) or get a new starter.
Posted on Jan 08, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your car has double squirrel cage fan. Odds are it is not the fuse. The brushes wear out in motor and it does not make contact causing it not to work. Try this. Open hood on firewall behind intake(aluminum part where it says bmw) the fire wall has bolts in it. The fan access is behind there. First i would try hitting that area a hammer to try to bounce the contacts of the blower motor. Do this while the fan is in the on position. If that does not work remove the screws and the fan is behind there. There is a resistor and a motor behind there. A giant clip holds it in. You have to be inclined to change it
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
it doesant sound like its a problem from your spark plugs sounds more like a stepper motor problem make sure you have fitted everthing correctly after you have changed spark plugs sensors ect if you needed to remove elctrical sensors
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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