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      05-28-2019, 09:26 AM   #1
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Climate control / Radio panel - No Power

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This morning when I started my car, there was no power in Climate control / Radio panel. Radio is still working and I can control it through steering buttons but no way of turning fan on. I suspect its a fuse but can not figure out which fuse it is. I really appreciate your help.

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      05-28-2019, 02:52 PM   #2
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Hi,

This morning when I started my car, there was no power in Climate control / Radio panel. Radio is still working and I can control it through steering buttons but no way of turning fan on. I suspect its a fuse but can not figure out which fuse it is. I really appreciate your help.

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I don't see any model information...so I don't know if you have the I6 or V8 configuration (help us help you better by creating a signature that contains your vehicle info...model/model year/build date/etc )

But if your model was like mine...there was a laminated fuse index in the rear fuse box...it was folded and inserted down into a holder. The little icons that represents what the fuse controls can be tricky at first...but take another look and you'll notice that the icon on the fuse index is usually the same icon on the button or knob inside the vehicle.

So the fuse that controls turning on the HVAC blower...will have the same "fan" icon that is on the button that you use to turn the system off...or adjust the blower. The fuse that controls the AC...will have the BMW historical "snowflake" icon etc.

The image below is the fuse index for my f06 650ix:
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      09-11-2019, 04:33 PM   #3
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Did you find out what was the problem... I'm having the same issue...2014 535d now I'm getting hot air and no way to control it... Problem happen after changing my oem screen to android one... I'm guessing while unplugging and plugging the ac controls
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