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I have a 2003 BMW X5 that the whole A/C climate control (automatic) goes out and the fuse number 48 (7.5 amps) keeps blowing. I have changed it 3 times already and it blew on me gain. What could be the problem? And what is the fix for it? Thanks

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Hi mate,did you find the problem with it ??? as i'm having same problem now???

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