The picture doesn't look like what I see when I remove the glovebox. I attempted to send a photo of a parts diagram along with my question,
By the way, if I am going off totally in the wrong direction, wrong part, and all by these guys that told me what they told me. That's why, I am willing to pay a professional < that being You, for the Correct information and instructions on how & what I need to complete the repair. So if I am wrong and out in left field with part names and numbers, let me know to scratch everything I have heard to this point and well start over
, If I sent it right and the image came through to you, could you look at the diagram and refer to part number #2 if I didn't send it right, let me know and I'll resend it.
Part # 1 & 2 are both blower motor resistors, according to info I got from the person I bought the car from, (they might have been feedin a line of BS, & I might be wrong, that's why I am deferring to you, and I am willing to pay for the correct answers I get from you. Like I said, I am only going off of internet searches, and if you can guide me through one repair of about ten I want to do on the car, ( I just bought it, & it has some things that need repaired)
But, in that photo, the part number #2 is for a 2002 Mini Cooper S with the AutoAir feature I got from www. Realoem. Com
Did the attached parts diagram photo of the evap, and the parts name come through to you? I am a amateur, not great with computers, so please bare with me. Also, my auto-correct spell feature on my iPad often changes a word and I don't catch it, so, I very well could have (without noticing it changed a words spelling) called you or said something that sounded condescending and not noticed. If I did it was unintentional,
What I see behind my glovebox matches that parts diagram photo I sent you. I bought part # 2 to install, do I have the correct part?
Sunday, October 13th, 2013 AT 3:29 PM