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Fan problems!!! Hey Jason, I have a 330ci 2001 where the fan was pulsing for a while and then it suddenly stopped working all together. The display indication is still working but the fan is not. Any simple solutions? Thanks for your time. Don

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Is there a separate control module for the fan or is it inbuilt in the fan assembly itself? Check the power to the fan, if there is power there then consider trying a new fan if not check fuse before trying to locate fan control module.

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