2156Re: [bmw e28] radiator temp switches and electrical probs
- Feb 1, 2004that could probably be it, i'll just have it scheduled for the
electrical check up then i'll keep you posted.
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> usually a high resistance at a connection (probably at the fuse)up, so
> Keep It Runnin'
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> From: abgueco2001
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> Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2004 12:15 AM
> Subject: [bmw e28] radiator temp switches and electrical probs
> each time i'm in a traffic i always notice my temp guage going
> i suspect the switches on the radiators were worn out, i alreadylow
> ordered some but they're still not available. so i jumpered the
> fan wires to get it running. problem is on my fuse box, the fuseis
> holder for the auxillary fan seems to be melting. the odd thing
> the fuse still werks but the holder's a meting plasticliterally.
> anybody who has the same problem? help.Service.
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