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    Has anyone actually managed to changed the resistor pack on RH drive 2001/325i E46 Coupe?

    The resistor pack sits in the blower area on R/H side of footwell, other internet posts say you access it by removing the small lower vent control motor & it's bracket held by 2 x torx and their pictures are from a L/H drive and show a reasonable area to work in. After a couple of hours I gave up trying to locate the second torx screw that I believe holds this bracket. There is so little space to see or work. The whole front console is one big moulding across the vehicle and this extends down into side of footwell, along with underfloor air duct obstructing access and viewing area.
     
     

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    Thanks for the link. This one at least explains the location and difficulty of getting at the second torx screw. Lets see if I can succeed next attempt.
     
     

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