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Posted by DM on September 26, 2000 at 15:35:30:

In Reply to: Lower temp aux fan on. posted by stevie on September 26, 2000 at 14:14:15:

I`m probably going to need a new one tomorrow. Car is in for a service and since owning it the temp switch has been dodgy. It was replaced on warranty but a few days later it stopped working again. Luckily I was playing around and noticed that the spare switch on the dash has been wired up to manually control the fan. It looks like my car has a bit of dodgy wiring there unfortunately but its being looked at again tomorrow. Its no big deal manually switching it on - but one day I`m bound to forget!

Darren M

Just thought this may help some of you M3 owners out there. If you require your cooling fan to cut on at a lower temp (80c) than a standard M3 temp switch (91c) them get a temp switch from a 318ti with air-con, part # BM61.31.8.361.787 Just thought I would let you all know.

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