Question about 1999 BMW 323 Series
The problem may be a short in the system. A blown fuse is an indication of somthing in the control unit that is wanting to make it burn out so instead it burns out the fuse as a saftey measure instead of the control unit. A short can be really hard to trace at times, what you may want to do is take it to your nearest auto repair shop for an electrical diagnosis. Also if you have a multimeter you yourself can try and find the short if you know enough about electrical devices. If you'r looking for a repair shop, try Pep Boys, they usually do very good work and would definetly be able to take a look at that for you.
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Posted on May 28, 2011
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