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My bmw 318 2001 heater lights are coming on but no air is coming out? is this the resistor?

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  • lil_dee69 Feb 24, 2009

    no it just stopped working all of a sudden, the fan is not working but the lights and switches are?

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    I presume tho you have not stated it that the fan is not coming on ?

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Likely it is the resister or the fan relay. i haven't got the time to check at the moment (all the experts are basically volunteers and i've not slept tonite). but i'll locate the relay for you later on. as far as the resitor block. look at the duct work near the fan for a connector that goes in the side of it... that's the block... two or three screws hold it in. remove and replace.. especially if it has alot of rust on it... one of the most common reasons they fail.

Robert

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Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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    Roberta Smith Feb 24, 2009

    why the lousy rating ? ... good luck with your heater issues

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