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I need instructions for replacing a non functioning blower motor in a 2004 BMW 325Ci

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Note that this is a pretty involved process, but you should be able to find parts online. Bavarian Auto ( is a particularly good source for BMW parts.

this is a link with instructions for replacing the blower motor.good luck, and thank you for choosing fixya!

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