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Heater problem on my BMW 318ti compact

When I turn the heater on it only works at full blast but not at levels 1 to 3. What is the likely problem here?

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The heater resistor pack also known as the hedgehog, located under the steering coloumn, on the left hand side ( right hand drive car)

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