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Old 01-26-2014, 12:05 AM
Mr-Ben Mr-Ben is offline
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Cabin Temerature Sensors

Can anyone tell me where the connectors go from the wiring harness at the back of the glovebox?

I took out the glovebox to replace blower motor - that was a sucess, only I have come to put everything back together and I can NOT find where 2 wires/connectors go ? One is white about 12mm wide the other if black and about 6mm wide. They come from the same wire loom as the glovebox light connector, torch charger, footwell light.

My heating shuts down when I turn up the temperature on the passenger side of the cabin so I am guessing that one connector should plug into a temperature sensor ?.....perhaps both should ?

I am wondering if one/both sensors have fallen off the back of glove box and thats why I can not find them.....what do they look like ?

any ideas ? .....a diagram would be great

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Old 01-28-2014, 01:52 PM
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Can anyone tell me where the connectors go from the wiring harness at the back of the glovebox?

I took out the glovebox to replace blower motor - that was a sucess, only I have come to put everything back together and I can NOT find where 2 wires/connectors go ? One is white about 12mm wide the other if black and about 6mm wide. They come from the same wire loom as the glovebox light connector, torch charger, footwell light.

My heating shuts down when I turn up the temperature on the passenger side of the cabin so I am guessing that one connector should plug into a temperature sensor ?.....perhaps both should ?

I am wondering if one/both sensors have fallen off the back of glove box and thats why I can not find them.....what do they look like ?

any ideas ? .....a diagram would be great
Anyone ?
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Old 01-28-2014, 05:34 PM
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You can try

http://www.bmw-planet.com/diagrams/r.../e90/index.htm

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realoem.com, but I doubt this will help. This us for part look up
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