20 Most Recent 1996 BMW 328i Questions & Answers


Fuse box should look like the one shown on these pages:

Fuse box diagram BMW 3 E36
http://bmw-e36.com/repair/8-bmw-e36-fuse-box-diagram-318i-1996.html


The longer single row of fuses is #31-46 (46 is closest to the double row of fuses).


Hope this helps!

1996 BMW 328i | Answered on Mar 01, 2018


check hing pins by opening door and lift up on door

1996 BMW 328i | Answered on Feb 02, 2018


engine bay
or driver side pannel but some in the passenger side glove box comparrment

1996 BMW 328i | Answered on Aug 09, 2016


It should be in the pouch with the manuals in the glove box.

1996 BMW 328i | Answered on Mar 07, 2016


ask your dealer .

1996 BMW 328i | Answered on Feb 21, 2016


This one you will need to take in to have it serviced. One you cannot avoid.

1996 BMW 328i | Answered on Jan 28, 2016


check on top or close to the battery,next to fuse box in engine bay or in engine bay against the inner fender or firewall

1996 BMW 328i | Answered on Nov 06, 2015


Repair manual, try filepeep.com, or manualslib.com or local library or you will probably want one later, so most Autoparts stores carry them.

1996 BMW 328i | Answered on Mar 21, 2015


Call out a local mechanic as without my head in the engine i couldnt tell you anything ,might just be the fan belt broke but ?? from afar i cannot know

1996 BMW 328i | Answered on Feb 26, 2015


it is not the relay but the regulator that is allowing a surge of excess volts. this excess voltage increases the current and that is what is blowing the bulbs. Have the alternator bench tested along with the regulator.

1996 BMW 328i | Answered on Dec 29, 2014


This may be the problem of the anti-theft system is on since the security doesn't recognize your key.Your key may be faulty or your alarm is armed and the vehicle can't start.

1996 BMW 328i | Answered on Oct 20, 2014


Assuming you have a 1996 328i convertible based on your photo as there were no US 96 328is.
It is located at the left front end of the the engine cylinder head under the plastic cover behind the VANOS solenoid next to the top of the oil filter housing. In addition to the new sensor, you will need new metal o-rings for the VANOS line, a new rubber o-ring for the camshaft sensor and perhaps a new socket head cap screw if you round out the internal hex trying to loosen this Loctited screw.
See Figures 1 & 3 at the following Pelican Parts link.
http://www.pelicanparts.com/bmw/techarticles/101-Projects-14-Cam-Sensor/101-Projects-14-Cam-Sensor.htm

1996 BMW 328i | Answered on Oct 17, 2014


I do not know of an "Air Pump" for a 1996 328i. Did you mean
fuel pump (15A fuse # 18) or
blower motor (30A fuse # 20)

1996 BMW 328i | Answered on Oct 17, 2014


Never done one but all i would do is first have a cup of tea - look at it then decide where the fixing bolts are then undo the fixing bolts and the fog light connections if fitted and any plastic trim splash guards under the car and off it comes .Then go to the local cafe for a coffee

1996 BMW 328i | Answered on Sep 02, 2014

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