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Bmw 5 series e39 heating fan

The heating fan on my bmw e39 has packed in.Any idea what could be wrong with it?Can hear noises when i change controller but fan will not work on any setting?Fuses are ok but fan fails to activate!Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Jan 22, 2008

    the control system is ok and works but the fan itself does not. all fuses are ok.

  • ace1436 Feb 02, 2009

    My heating only works when i drive locally, as soon as i go on the motorway it stops working



    at one stage the temparure guage just wen on the red but the car wa snot overheating



    any ideas?

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FAULTY TEMP SWITCH ? THERMOSATE ? BASTARD 2 BLEED THE SYSTEM BE CARE FULL .TRY PUTTING A LIVE FEED STRIGHT 2 THE FAN 2 SEE IF IT WORKS ,FAILING THAT FIND THE SWITH MAKE A CIRCIT WITH A TEST METER DROP IT IN 2 BIOLING WARTER IF IT COONECTS YOU NO ITS NOT THE SWITCH ,HAS IT GOT A VISCUS FAN ?

Posted on Feb 20, 2009

  • Anonymous Feb 20, 2009

    SORRY AIR LOCK AS WELL ,NEED 2 SE THE CAR REALLY TRY ,HOPE IT HELPS

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Check your blow motor.

Posted on Jan 13, 2008

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