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I cannot get heater fan working checked fuses etc

It is a 270cdi 2002 model

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Switch , resistor block , connectors and wiring all need checking for damage or corrosion .

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SOURCE: primera 2002 p12 model. heater

need more information on vehicle, my advice is to check blower motor resistor located under glove box area held by two screws into blower housing ( has about 5 wires to it ) check it for burned marks, smell, melting, or accessibly hot to the touch.

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SOURCE: Heater fan not working

if you still cant find the fuse box try this link
http://pdftown.com/PDF-BMW-5-Series-1989-1995-Service-Manual.html
it will tell you all you need to know, you may have to register with the site but it is free.

hope it helps

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SOURCE: fan quit on 87 celebrity, heat ac, etc.. fuse ok ????

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Check for bad connection at heater resistor or try tapping heater motor lightly
with ignition switch on and heater switch on. Could be heater switch connection.

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SOURCE: 2002 honda civic Heater fan will not run and a/c will not come on

got a bad relay somewhere

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