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I'm tryng to locate fuse #75, 76on my 530 BMW. I think is the air blower that keeps draining y battery.

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SOURCE: 2001 BMW 525I Heater/AC Blower-Fan Motor not pushing out air

hedgehog is a final stage unit located on passenger side deep behind the radio. Replace my batt before fiding the post. did my self and part cost about 70.00 bucks but area is very tight. The fuses 75 and 76 are located behind the glove box and very difficult to get to and see. I am trying to find the solution to that as we speak.

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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The fuse bos should be int he back left of the trunk under the carpet on the side. Peel back the carpet from the side...slowly and you should find it there.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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SOURCE: heater blower not working

I don't know if this is a long-term solution but I found it on another "how-to" website: on my 2001 E46 I removed the fuse (#50) for one minute. Something about the transistors inside the FSU (final stage unit, or blower resistor) resetting themselves with the constant power removed. I replaced it and drove home, which is a 1-hr drive, and the fan was on steady the whole time. Which it hasn't done in the 3 yrs I've owned it. I tested it at other speeds and it worked well. Don't know how long it will last though. If not, you need to replace the Blower Resistor - there about $75.
www.bimmerwerkz.com is an excellent source of info! They have pics, utube video, and diagrams to help you.

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SOURCE: fuse 76

try on the passanger side strut tower in computer box housing or right side liner in trunk

Posted on Jun 09, 2009

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SOURCE: i found fuse 75 but not 76 please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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