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E90 M3 (Sedan) | E92 M3 (Coupe) | E93 M3 (Convertible) (2008-2013) {Engine: S65 - Max Hp: 414 hp (420 hp Euro) at 8,300 rpm / 295 lb/ft at 3,900 rpm}


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Old Tue, Aug-22-2017, 02:20:26 AM   #1
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Default Question... Does your A/C Work This Way???

Hey fam,

I live in DFW, TX and I have noticed that it is Friggin HOT! That being said, it seems my M3 (2008, e93) doesn't work the same as my other vehicles.

I like to treat my wife to a cool and comfortable seat when I can, so I try to start it and then let it cool before we hop in for a ride! The only problem is, the A/C doesn't turn on until I drive it a minute or two. to prove this theory, I have let it sit in the lot idling for nearly 20 minutes before we hopped in. It was over 130F when I checked with my infrared thermometer!!! WTF??

With my 09 Ram 1500, I hit the remote start and let it sit it is a cool 60F-ish degrees at the vent!

Has anyone else noticed this in their Bimmer??
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Default Re: Question... Does your A/C Work This Way???

It should work at idle. I think you have problem with yours. Might have a leak and be low on coolant. Might need rpm to keep it working.
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