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No heat in bmwx5 2004 blowing cold air

No heat at all in car bmw x5

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SOURCE: BMW 325xi 04 Heater Fan working (sound) but not blowing any air.

motor is going bad replace it

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SOURCE: 2001 BMW X5 Air Conditioning problem

needs a gas recharge

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

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SOURCE: air condition not blowing cold air

Is any air coming out at all?

If warm air is being blown out, then your refrigerant level is probably low. The car is fitted with a safety cut off, to stop the air conditioning system working if the refrigerant (R134a) level is low.

This cut off only effects the air conditioning, the blower would still function normally.

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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SOURCE: my bmw x5 3d relising so much smoke from exust

Just had my car in the garage with horrendous white smoke coming from the exhaust. The problem with mine was a blocked crankcase breather. When blocked oil is passed into the exhaust system apparently.
Problem solved by the mechanic and half a day in the garage with the engine running to burn off the excess oil in the exhaust and the problem was solved. Had gentle ride out to the coast yesterday approx 1.5 hrs each way and the smoke has gone.
Good result for £160.00. I dread to think what the dealer would have charged.

Posted on Sep 21, 2009

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SOURCE: heater blows cold air

Check there is water in it first. A black cap on top of the radiator. If the level is ok then a wee red dipstick should float up.

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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