#5 07-11-2013, 12:25 PM finagle69 To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. check my blog The brown is downright ugly to us.

All suggestions greatly appreciated ! Never discovered which wire was loose. This answer, while noting specific issues and locations for the E46 3-series models (99-05, 323i, 323ci, 325i, 325ci, 325xi, 328i, 328ci, 330i, 330ci, 330xi, M3), is applicable to most (if not Thats the only time Ive noticed that area being any cooler than the ambient temp.

Sign in 104 16 Don't like this video? Nev View Public Profile Find all threads started by Nev Find all posts by Nev View My Garage Add Nev to Your Ignore List #10 03-11-2013, 11:38 PM jamesfrew How can I simply check which party is faulty? So, I know everyone is aware of the Final Stage Resistor (FSU) being the problem in these cars but before I get one, I wanted to get everyone's opinion as to

Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... 403 Forbidden nginx Home Forums Articles How To's FAQ Register Xoutpost.com > BMW SAV Forums > X5 (E70) Do the buttons and lights all work as you would expect them to? The blower works just fine the freon level is at 35 which is a good number and I checked the fuses. The control unit seems to function and shows fan speed and temperature but no blower fan working.

The old unit had a dead pin with no resistance at all so appeared to be genuinely broken. URL email information Send ABMforum is the automotive search engine for search forum discussions and car parts.Here you can search all automotive advices and car parts. Ive had other cars with stronger air flow but it works ok other than the noisy blower. E70 Could you please post the procedure to remove the fan unit to replace the FSU My blower (E70 X5) is not working either.

Good luck. I am trying to remember if the symptom was the blower only blowing one speed (very low) or not blowing at all. But of late I found myself more and more worrying about it not only when driving it but at other times as well. Next I switched ignition off removed the shorts and connected a voltmeter from terminal 1 (AC control 2v - 7.8v) to terminal 5 (ground).