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AC stopped working and not responding to controls on a 1997 528i BMW

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You might want to check the outside ambient temperature sensor, located in the right front wheel well, when these become damaged, the dash temp reading might say somewhere around -44degF if this is the case replace the sensor and things should be okay.

Posted on Jul 15, 2009

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Check your fuses first, then check the a/c piping for a leak, if there is no or little freon in the system the pressure switch does not switch on, the system won't work.

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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