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    Has anyone actually managed to changed the resistor pack on R/H drive E46?

    The console heater/air con blower on my 2001/325 R/H drive coupe suddenly started to have a mind of its own, blowing from nothing to flat out. This is a known fault caused by a faulty heater/AC resistor pack. The resistor pack sits in the blower area on R/H side of foot well, you access it by removing the small lower vent control motor & it's bracket up in footwell area. After a couple of hours I gave up trying to locate the torx screws that I believe holds this bracket. There is so little space to see or work, and the steering column on R/H drive also gets in the way. Any advice from someone who has achieved this replacement.

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    Hello mate

    Im actually having the same problem with my Air Con for the last month or so. I only had the Air Con refilled about 3 months ago and hardly ever use it. I have a 1999 325Ci and the Air Con only blows out on the two left blowers and nothing but flat air out of the right two blowers. But now they are not blowing any cold air out. When I put the Air Con on I can hear a noise like there is a leak in a pipe somewhere, so then I just turn it off and open the windows! But think its time i get it looked at!
     
     

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    Follow the steps in this DIY
     
     

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