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      01-08-2013, 06:56 PM   #142
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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?

Originally Posted by Aperture Vision View Post
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