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      01-08-2013, 05:56 PM   #142
Aperture Vision
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Originally Posted by dhc905
Hmm, that's a good question - the fan definitely goes out for a moment, but I'm usually at 84F (the max) and so the decrease in CFM might make it feel colder?

I'm taking a 3,000 mile road trip from Chicago to CA via Texas in less than a month. With a 100K on the clock, and the potential that I'll be in the middle of nowhere at some points during my trip, does it make sense to replace the pump/t-stat now? Or don't fix something that ain't broke?

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Drop as in the temperature gets colder? Or the with the fan on high, it sounds like the fan goes out for a moment and then comes back on? If its a temperature drop, it is most likely the t-stat acting up.
Like the other poster said , you have to get scanned by a BMW scan tool. Right now it's just a guessing game. if you want to drop $500 on parts just as PM, then that's a choice you have to make. It's really not that bad of a job