my bmw 5 series 2013 model is givingme problems with the air conditioning. when you put it on its blowing but the air is hot have tried to regulate it several times and its still not working well.
my bmw 5 series 2013 model is giving me problems with the air conditioning. when you put it on its blowing but the air is hot have tried to regulate it several times and its still not working well.the back passenger left is not cooling also, but the right is cooling. What is wrong and how do i fix it
Clearly your blower motor is working fine, sounds like you may have an inoperable thermostat or a/c compressor.
Your car is a 2013, most probably still under factory warranty.
There is a problem with the condenser on the air con on the BMW 500 series, 2013 model. I have no air con since mid May and I have been told recently that it's a world wide problem. About 1500 cars. My dealership has 10 at least. I am getting the run around. No delivery date from the manufacturer. BMW will not admit there is a serious problem.
Whatever the case, book it in with your dealership since it will be covered under warranty. They have to fix it.
I have had a major problem with the AC for my 2013 535i...into the dealer 5 times with the AC compressor being replaced 3 times. over the past 1 1/2 years . Despite being promised it is "fixed" each time the AC will work for awhile and then the same problem occurs again...extremely frustrating. .
My 2013 BWM 550ix, also has an air conditioning problem - and the dealer is telling me of a major leak in the condenser. However, the dealer said warranty does not cover replacement cost. I am not happy for several reasons: 1) Air conditioning is a major function of the car and should not be failing; 2) Failure within three years is a major manufacturing flaw and should be covered under warranty; 3) It should not cost $1563.00 to replace a faulty condenser. BWM should address this poor quality issue ASAP.
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