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The a/c fan will not come on in either the a/c or Heater mode to circulate air. I've looked at the fuses in both the Glove box and the trunk area and cannot find the fuse location for the blower fan? Any ideas?

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The problem is not with the failed fan from a broken fuse, rather it is a problem in the electric motor fan because it is a very common problem with BMW E39, but E46 and E53! Switching the fan is completely controlled by signals from the motor and the computer is powered pres thick wires and securing them directly 70A fuse in the engine compartment in electrical box.

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left to right...
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