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1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 BMW Z3
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Based on industry averages you can expect to pay between $39.00 and $91.99 for a BMW Z3 blower motor.

The BMW Z3 blower motor is a part of the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system in the BMW Z3 sports car. It is responsible for blowing air through the HVAC system to heat or cool the cabin of the car. The blower motor is located under the dashboard on the passenger side of the car and is powered by the car's electrical system. If the blower motor fails, it can affect the performance of the HVAC system and may require replacement.

The lifespan of a BMW Z3 blower motor can vary depending on factors such as usage, maintenance, and environmental conditions. However, on average, a properly maintained blower motor in a BMW Z3 can last around 100,000 to 150,000 miles before needing replacement.

Signs of a Faulty BMW Z3 Blower Motor

Here are some common signs of a faulty BMW Z3 blower motor:

  1. No air coming from the vents: If your BMW Z3's blower motor is faulty, you may not get any air blowing from the vents, even if you have the fan on high.
  2. Weak airflow: Another sign of a faulty blower motor is weak airflow from the vents. This means that the air coming out of the vents will be significantly weaker than it should be.
  3. Unusual noises: If there is an issue with your blower motor, it may produce unusual noises such as humming, squeaking or grinding noises.
  4. Blower motor only works on certain settings: If your blower motor only works on certain settings (such as low or medium), it could be a sign of a faulty resistor or blower motor.
  5. Burning smell: A burning smell coming from the vents is often a sign that the blower motor is failing.

BMW Z3 Blower Motor - Post-Installation Tips

Here are the steps that should be followed after installing a new BMW Z3 blower motor:

  1. Connect the electrical connectors to the blower motor.
  2. Re-attach the blower motor cover and secure it in place.
  3. Reconnect the negative battery terminal or the battery cables.
  4. Turn on the ignition and test the blower motor by turning on the air conditioning system.
  5. Check for any unusual noises or vibrations and ensure that the air is flowing at the expected rate.
  6. If everything is working as expected, replace the cabin air filter if it has not been replaced recently.
  7. Close the hood and take the vehicle for a test drive to ensure that the air conditioning system is functioning properly.

Buying a BMW Z3 Blower Motor Online

When shopping for a BMW Z3 blower motor, AutohausAZ offers a variety of advantages. Our extensive selection of high-quality parts ensures that customers can find the perfect fit for their vehicle. Our knowledgeable staff is available to assist with any questions or concerns, providing expert advice and guidance throughout the purchasing process.

We pride ourselves on providing competitive pricing, ensuring that customers receive unbeatable value for their investment. Additionally, our convenient online ordering system allows for easy and efficient shopping from the comfort of your own home.

When it comes to shopping for a BMW Z3 blower motor, choosing AutohausAZ provides peace of mind in knowing that you are receiving top-notch products, exceptional customer service, and a seamless purchasing experience.

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