Question about 2004 BMW X5 3.0i
I was driving the car and the heat was on, working fine, when i stopped and turned off the car the fan kept on kicking even when the car is off, it drained the battery,is it a blown fuse or something else ?
How would it be a blown fuse--- I ask?
If a fuse was blown-- how would the fan have
a complete circuit-- in order to run at all?
Have to diagnose the fan control circuit, to
find a problem
Posted on Dec 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: BMW X5 Battery Drain.
hello theringbar, I would recommend checking the a/c blower resistor. it is an electronic final stage and can kill the battery overnight. the final stage is located on the passenger side at the back of the a/c heater box.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
SOURCE: 2005 bmx x5 battery drain
You need to check for any lighting left on overnight if not try to fully recharge your battery and perform a load test on it to see if it will hold the charge if so possible drainage off of interior lighting switches or alarm possible
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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