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Old 08-18-2012, 06:32 AM
ken1967work ken1967work is offline
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Location: virginia
 
Join Date: Feb 2009
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Mein Auto: 1993 bmw 318i
Cool Problem Solved

Thanks for the advice, However i have a 3 series Bmw and it was a little more difficult.
It took about an hour being careful, 3 series owners you can access it by taking the glove box & frame apart appx. 10 screws (15) min. Then i removed the floor vent, Just pull it and it will detach itself (Just remember how it came out) 1 Min, Then unscrew the motor in front of the replacement part (2 screws 3 Min) Then onscrew the replacement part (2 screws 3 Min, pull the placstic support down and pull unit out with wires attached if you want. Then unhook wires and attach to new unit and replace unit, Then replace everything back. (my car has vinyl not carpet so i just bent it a little to replace vent.
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