Ste'phan Kerry: Best video yet. this is the only video Ive seen where it shows him pulling out the ivac tunnel. thats been the sticking point for me. now i can complete the repair.
Lukas: FSU replaced. Blower motor still not working. Wasted money on an FSU apparently!
747bender: What does that control console do? that one which is in front of FSU?
Aladdin Haroun: even tho he is not talking, this was the most helpful video.
Jesus Silva: Heya, The best ideas that I have noticed was on Volt daddy (i found it on google) Gotta be the most helpful info on batteries and this same gear that i have found.
Hamzeh Husseini: what is the part number for the FSU is it the # 64116923204
Emma Walker: Hey, the best ideas that I have seen was on Volt daddy (i found it on google) Gotta be the most detalied info on batteries and this kinda thing that have found.
NISMO MANIAC: My battery has been slowly draining over night..I found out it was something with the AC..I took out the AC fuses 28,62,63...but it still drained..input the fuses back but the AC don't get power now... No hot or cold or any lights on the scene...please let me know if the FSR replacement will help!?!?
Martino Socci: Hi,I want to do the same test you do at the beginning of your video. I have an analog ohm tester but I don't know how understand if the part is gone or not. Please could you answer how to proceed for testing? best regards.
arsenio ovs: i have 1999 323i and there is air coming but No Hot air. should I replace that part?
dragosn69: Thank you verry much for your time and effort. :) i just wanted to say that the heating engine gave me signs runing with variable ups and downs turations at every. second until one day stoped and drain my battery. im going to apply your strategy and i will let you know. Thanks again
Andrew Parrish: Great video! Because of it, I was able o fix my 330ci. Had a hell of a time with the HvAC cover though. Overall, took about an hour. ;-)
BJM1931: i replaced the FSU easily. But can't replace the hvac tunnel. You seemed to cut away here. Any ideas?
KB GAN: Good job. I was able to replaced my FSR by following your presentation. I did it in an hour. Thanks!
Norbert brilliant: ps: you dont need to buy a new and change the FSR, you can repair it. write me and i send u how to repair it, its easy
Smoove-Z: anyone had any issues with a after market/ non genuine FSR?
Norm Armstrong: No need for words when the detail is as great as your video! Saved me tons of time, thanks!!
Raymond Chiu: good intruction, thanks
AYE_ISH _CRYSTAL_WATERZ: best video i seen on here to replace the FSR.
Mineves Vronsky: Thank you, thank you, thank you. There are several videos on YouTube, but yours is the most efficient one. I followed your steps and it took me about 30 minutes to replace faulty FSR on my E46. FSR was failing last two years (blower was changing speed on its own) but last week finally died........ 'It is easy - if you know what you are doing'