I have a seven series bmw and i cant seem to get the blower to work , the whole inside is steamed up, apart from the rear windscreen inwhich i know how to do that. i need to know really how to dimiss the front windscreen.
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December 24th, 2010 · No Comments
There were factory AC packages that were sold for the beetle, but did not work well or sell well because
1) They overworked an engine that was just about right for moving the car and the passengers but not for driving a compressor.
2) Mileage tanked on hot days
3) The VW lacked sufficient interior insulattion to KEEP [...]
April 9th, 2008 · No Comments
Main wiring diagram, 2.8L Gas Engine, Engine Code AAA Note: For A/C system wiring information for vehicles equipped with the 2.8L Gas Engine, code AAA, see Index for correct Wiring Diagram No. Relay locations Positions of relays and multi-pin connector wiring, see also “Component Locations” sections. Load Reduction Relay Emergency Flasher Relay Wiper / Washer [...]
July 22nd, 2008 · No Comments
The Electronic Climate Control (ECC) module (A/C-heater control panel) contains a function selector dial, driver’s and passenger’s temperature dials, a REC (recirculated air) switch, A/C OFF switch, and a fan speed (blower motor) control lever. See Fig. 1. The heater (blower motor) fan is controlled by ECC output (power) stage. Air conditioning system will only [...]
August 17th, 2010 · No Comments
This bulletin supersedes 09-001/04, issued 02/03/04. The REPAIR PROCEDURE has been revised.
2000 and later 626, Miata, Millenia, MPV, Protege, Protege5
2002 and later Tribute
2000 and later Truck
2003 and later Mazda6
NOTE: The following information only applies to vehicles equipped with port or dealer installed auto-dimming accessory mirror w/electronic compass and ambient temperature. If vehicle is equipped [...]
June 3rd, 2008 · No Comments
To avoid exceeding the maximum ratings in any condition, the voltages must be checked with no load at the power supply output.
Wiring Using the Screw Terminals
WARNING Make sure that you connect only de-energized wires.
October 31st, 2008 · No Comments
STAR Auto Scanner is the latest automotive diagnostic innovative product based on both automotive electronics and information technology.
Convenient to Update
- The function of software update via Internet makes it easy for customer to get the latest diagnostic program and keep pace with the development of automotive technology.
- Multilanguage display makes operation convenient in different countries [...]
June 9th, 2008 · No Comments
The Secondary Air Injection (AIR) system causes the catalytic converter to heat up more quickly, resulting in earlier operating readiness following cold start.
Due to over-enrichment of the mixture during the cold start phase, there is an increased amount of uncombusted carbon monoxide in the exhaust. Secondary Air Injection (AIR) improves secondary oxidation in the catalytic [...]
August 14th, 2008 · No Comments
I suggest doing this all before installing the clutch pedal, it is a tight spot to work in.
1. REMOVE Park Neutral Relay 175
2. Pull out the socket for the 175 to get access to the wires CRUISE CONTROL HOOKUP portion
3. Cut the GREEN/BLACK wire (pin #5) close to the 175 socket and connect to [...]
June 21st, 2008 · No Comments
Mercury in Maine’s environment is a problem, particularly for infants and young children. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that 630,000 infants are born every year in the United States with unsafe levels of mercury in their blood.
Mercury emissions from human activity contribute to the problem. Sources include commonly used products that contain mercury. For example, [...]