Question about 2000 BMW 3 Series
The speed omenter and fuel guage and temperature guages stopped working at the same time the air condtioner compressor stopped on my 2000 BMW 323i. Could this be a blown fuse?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hey man, i had the same problem with my 325i (clankins sound on cold start-up) i took it to the dealership to have a look they diagnosed it wrong telling me a pulley is cracked and quoted me a ridiculous amount to fix it so, i decided to have a look 4 myself and i found that a pulley was loose the pulley looks similar to that of a cog of a bike it has 1 bolt in the center, that bolt was loose so all i did was tighten it and it solved the clanking sound , give it a shot it might work for you.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
SOURCE: fuel gauge not working
ITs nothing atall to do with the fuel!!
some people ?????
check the fuel sender wire for a loose connector at the sender unit on the fuel tank its usaully located on the top of tank in the trunk or could be located on the side of tank [depends on the manufacturer]
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
Sounds like your fan is not working. If it is electrical, may be bad relay, fuse or fan motor. If it is mechanical, most likely the clutch is bad.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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