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2001 BMW 330i climate conrol does not come on

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The problem is the ac resistor located on the passenger side of the center console. It's a little difficult to get to but not impossible. BMW has made 3 revisions to this resistor over the past few years. If replacing this parts does not fix it then the only other cause will be the climate control module located in your climate control display. This is a very expensive part.Remove the plastic cover behind the glove box (passenger side) look toward the drivers side close to the bulkhead and it will be there, disconnect the plug, release the clip and pull back gently (don't break the clips!) it's pretty easy.
Good Luck.

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