Question about 2002 BMW 5 Series
Mid last Summer I had an issue with vapour (Odourless and Colourless) coming through the left air vents. It was still cold though. I was told this was related to the fact that I live in a humid environment. However I had lived here quite a while and never saw this before.
Recently when I switch on the air con in AUTO mode the fan speed goes to 3/4 of full speed and simply stays there with the air coming through not particularly cold and no more vapour. The other thing I've noticed in association with this is that the green light on the AUTO switch remains on. Before I distinctly remember being able to select this mode off and armed.
Could the vapour through the vents have been a precursor to this failure?
Does anyone have any ideas about what is at fault, could it be the AC control panel or is it something related to the AC system itself?
Change your temperature setting to affect fan speed and on off mode. The Vapor is a problem on particularly humid days and effects Mercedes as well this too is affected by the temperature setting.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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