Question about 1999 BMW 323 Series

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Bmw 1999 325I

My air conditioner keeps going on and off randomly, could it be low on refrigerate?

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  • klam Aug 09, 2008

    I have a similar problem but my is 1999 323i, also can you tell me where is that capacitor at, by the compressor or inside the car. Thank you

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Fix it like it´s show at the link´s adress, cost 0,5 euro !
http://www.macadamizer.com/bmwfix.html
/Magnus

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

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The fan is no longer working properly. You'll need to replace that unit which actually blows the air through the vents. The refrigerant is more than likely fine. I had my fan replaced by the dealer for $341, but the part was only $90.

Posted on Jul 27, 2008

Low on refrigerate ?? what does that mean ??
is it just the air conditioning or the whole unit that keeps turning off and on randomly ?
if it is the whole unit, i had this problem also so i done some research and found out that this is quite a common problem. BMW main dealers will charge about £200 for a new unit and that doesn't include installing it.
the problem is a capacitor inside the unit.so privided you got a soldering iron, solder the new component, and know what you are doing, you can fix it yourself for the price of £0.53 the component can be puchased from Maplins and the part number is WW58N. @ 53 pence
GOOD LUCK

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

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