Question about 1990 BMW 3 Series
These are fuse issues.
If you look in your owners manual, it will tell you were these fuses are. If you do not have a owners manual, you will find the fuse box under hood up toward windshield on drivers side. It is normally a black box, and is size about 8 inches wide, and about 12 inches long. Comes off real easy with front clips that you push in, and lift. You will see all the main fuses, as well as you will see on inside of lid, all the names of the fuses as well as location. Simple diagram, easy to find. Most likely it is a fuse, and replace the fuses, it is hard to tell if they are bad. Most BMW's have spare fuses in the lid of the fuse box in a area, where they are just stored. I hope this helps Mike.
ps. I own myself a 93 BMW 325is, so this is why i have some good info for you.
Posted on Aug 07, 2011
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