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Not a member? Check the pins for the two large wires in the electrical plug for 12V and a good ground. At this point, I do not know if it is a faulty fan, fan relay, or thermostat.
Sign in to make your opinion count. They checked wiring: fan to ground; fan to DME; fan to fuse. An electric fan in front of the condenser and mechanically driven fan on the engine. Bmw E46 Radiator Fan Not Working The AC system needs to be evacuated, charged, and leak checked.
Wires colors shown are unique to 89-91 325i. Bmw E46 Radiator Fan Relay Click below for auxiliary cooling fans: * Test fan motor - Remove the high speed relay. Crimp a male spade onto each end of a length of 18 gauge (or larger) The M3 temp gauge is less buffered than other E46's so is more accurate.
The fan is mounted between the radiator and the engine and is the main engine cooling fan.
Therefore although your DME is putting out the right PWM signal your fan is not going to spin fast enough to maintain cooling. Bmw E46 Electric Fan Test This information is from a BMW training manual. Working... Loading...
Home - Archive - Privacy Statement - Top Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.6Copyright ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. Register Gallery All Albums Garage Today's Posts Search Calendar FAQ E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpmTotal Produced: 45,000+ E46 Auxiliary Fan Switch I'm not sure if it uses a relay - possibly something else to check. Bmw X5 Auxiliary Fan Not Working Had all wiring checked at my service department; they ran a "test plan" and the simulation correctly triggered the (simulated) auxiliary fan.
Maybe others could confirm/deny. All Rights Reserved. Repair Fanatic 88,016 views 13:41 BMW E39 Electronic AC Fan Failure Cause - Duration: 4:37. In my 1988 750 when the fan clutch went, the aux fan could barely keep her cool (even at high speed on the fan) when driving in traffic. E46 Aux Fan Troubleshooting
Side note: I have no beef with AutoHausAZ in regards to this situation; their service was prompt and the price was good. shadrack View Public Profile Send a private message to shadrack Find More Posts by shadrack Sponsored links 3rd May 2013, 06:55 PM #2 GolfDuck Achieved official socks Join jkrug80 88,137 views 6:13 BMW E38 and E39 Auxiliary fan: test if yours is bad or not - Duration: 1:13. Best was 38 MPG (2nd Owner) 82 528i euro Saphire Blue Met/Blue Leather RIP 79 525 euro Green/Green RIP 79 318 Silver/Black - The first one that got it all started
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Rating is available when the video has been rented. Thanks! I don't know if the electrical part of the stat could be linked to the temp sensor for the auxillary fan, but I don't tink so. E46 Auxiliary Fan Fuse I might check the fuse and relay.
See the full list... I still can't explain why the new fan we installed (aftermarket) worked and stopped working. I tried this yesterday with a 12V DC signal but it didn't work (not PWM). First off, where are all the fuses?
Put it in the car and stopped working again. The forums are broken out by car model and into other special interest sections such as BMW European Delivery and a special forum to voice your questions to the many BMW Ask Otto... I have visually looked at at few things.
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oldskool funk 339,312 views 25:28 Electric Fan Connection Using Fan Relay Kit - Duration: 5:26. swordsman1186807-19-2006, 02:30 AMI have the same vehicle but have not had this problem. If I turn the temp to 32 degrees and full blast the temp will drop. On all BMW models up through the late '90s, the auxiliary (or main) fan is controlled by one or two thermostatic switches that are mounted into the radiator side or bottom
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There is a two wire electrical sensor on right top of radiator and that is the device that determines temperature to activate electric fan speed unless AC is activated (some have It also limits the control range for fan motor protection. The circuit board strapped to the fan shroud is the failure point. Stingray230sx View Public Profile Find more threads by Stingray230sx Find More Posts by Stingray230sx Leave feedback for Stingray230sx (0) 05-25-2010, 02:16 AM #5 M3GAPL3X Registered User Join Date: Feb
There are two fans on the car. is there a way of testing it?