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Not getting any heat on my bmw 525i

Only blows cold air there are three hoses coming out of fire wall and nothing connected to the engine

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Your heater core has been bypassed.

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check and see if you get water/coolant circulates when you have the cap off (only check from cold start) the original water pump came with a plastic impeller and tends to strip on the shaft also check your thermostat before replacing water pump.

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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.

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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.

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I would take it back and get one that matches. do the hoses even reach?
If you want to force it to work then you risk inefficient cooling of the gearbox oil but the lower hose is usually the out hose from the radiator and the upper hose is fluid in. :O)

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You only need to hold the left odometer reset button while turning the key to position 1 (Accessory). Keep holding the button for 5 or so seconds until any of the following shows in the display: OIL SERVICE or INSPECTION with RESET or RE. Release the button and press it again for another 5 or so seconds until RESET or RE flash. While the display flashes, press the button one more time briefly. If done correctly, END SIA should show up for a few seconds. All done.
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