2000 BMW 528i Q&A
2000 BMW 528i Question: a/c blower
Replacing a failed heater blower motor is a major job on this car (over 6 hours). The usual problem (BMW have a technical Service Bulletin SI B640899 issued JULY 2004) there is a new improver blower motor resistor or what BMW call a blower motor final stage resistor located in the right footwell area. It takes about .6 hour to replace. Check fuses first then perhaps look to find an independent BMW specialist in your area. - patrick mannion
A/C just stopped putting out Cold air, yet the blower works in the full range. Thought of 'final stage resistor' as replaced on the X5 but the X5's blower didn't work at all as well as no cold air.
The engine fan won't turn off even when the car is and it keeps draining my battery (purchased new 2 months ago). My husband disconnected the battery, recharge it & when he reconnected it the alarm...