BMW Cooling Fan Parts
BMW Cooling Fan Parts
BMW has set themselves apart with their advanced engineering and designs. They have a respected reputation in all of their products, especially their cooling fan parts and components. Your BMW’s cooling fan ensures that your engine is working at the correct operating temperature and helps to make sure that your BMW does not overheat. Depending on the model, your BMW may be armed with either two small cooling fans or one large fan. For vehicles with dual fans, one is used to cool the engine and the other cools the air conditioner and radiator. Troubleshooting cooling fans of either type involves the same process. Once a cooling fan is functioning appropriately and able to supply the correct cooling to your BMW’s engine and air conditioner, you can be guaranteed that you will have a more comfortable driving experience. To properly diagnose any issues with your BMW’s cooling fan the first thing you need to do is lift up the hood of your car, then start the engine. Switch on the air conditioner to its highest setting. Make sure that your BMW’s cooling fan is rotating. If it is, you can sensibly assume that the wiring, fuse, fan motor and relay are not faulty. Examine that the temperature switch, temperature sensor and the PCM of the fan is working correctly. Switch off the air conditioning while leaving the engine running. Watch the temperature until it reaches the usual operating level. The fan should trigger when the coolant reaches about 200 degrees Celsius. If the fan does not turn on, then it indicates an issue with the control circuit. If you have questions about your BMW’s cooling fan and component parts, the FCP Euro team and website are in place to help with it.
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You can now inspect the resistance of the temperature switch or temperature sensor in your BMW. Check the voltage rating of the relays, too. Make sure that the values you just measured are within the operating range for your specific make and model. Verify that the cooling fan itself is effective. Take out the wires connecting to the fan and power up the cooling fan by using jumper wires from the car battery going to the cooling fan. The fan should run smoothly with the 12-volt supply. If the fan is spinning gradually or making noise, then it is time to replace your cooling fan. FCP Euro's able and gifted call center staff is accessible and able to answer any questions you have or support you may need. If you are not totally sure about which cooling fan part or component is best for your BMW, FCP has a huge line up for the BMW brand. Check out the FCP Euro website for all parts, as well as our updated inventory. If you have questions, would like to put in a phone order, or just have feedback, do not waver in giving FCP Euro a call at 1-860-388-9001 to connect with our service friendly team.