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    Hi new to the forum and just got a 2001 E46 320dse just noticed when i switched the ignition off and removed the key there appears to be a clicking noise coming from the heater controls (seems like that where it is) suppose it sounds like a fan still running at a low speed anyone shed some light ?

    Ill no doubt find out in the morning if its flattening the battery
     
     

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    If it is not the main blower, which usually on E46, switches off when you turn the ignition off (unlike E39's), even if the hedgehog (speed controller) is bust.

    The clicking (if it stops after a short period) is probably the vent flaps moving back to a default postion.
     
     

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