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How do i get to heater blower resistor in 520ise 2002

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Behind the dash in the passenger side footwell, remove the under dash cover which is not bolted, you will see a cover held by latches, undo the latches and remove cover, look up under the dash and find you blower motor resistor, it has a five colored wire connector plugged in to it, squeeze the clips on either side of the wiring connector and remove it from the resistor, then at the bottom of the resistor there is a latch that holds it in, push the latch while pulling out the resistor. BMW calls this a Final Stage Unit (FSU), replace in reverse order and test. Hope this helps, let me know

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Behind the center of the dashboard on the top side.

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