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daniel2609

Heating Controls Not Working

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i have a v reg 1.8TD and the heating controls dont work, the blowers dont work and the heating control doesnt seem to change between hot and cold, although that may be due to the blowers not working, also the air con doesnt work.. im guessing its all connected??? easy fix?

Any help is appreciated!

Daniel

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First of all check the heater blower motor fuse [F64 - 30A] in the engine compartment fuse box.

If that is OK then it is possibly the blower motors resistor pack. This is mounted on the side of the blower motor behind the passengers side glove box.

If the blower motor is not running the aircon will not work.

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have checked the fuse, and thats ok, so im guessing its the resistors pack now! :(

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have checked the fuse, and thats ok, so im guessing its the resistors pack now! :(

hi guys

i have a 2 ltr and have the same problem how easy and what price is a replacement is it possible to just replace the resistor pack or is it a new unit

cheers

gary

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hi guys

i have a 2 ltr and have the same problem how easy and what price is a replacement is it possible to just replace the resistor pack or is it a new unit

cheers

gary

If it is the resistor pack the blower will work on full speed setting.

The blower circuit is fairly simple so I would go for the switch itself, if it was the blower motor the A/C light would come on.

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If it is the resistor pack the blower will work on full speed setting.

The blower circuit is fairly simple so I would go for the switch itself, if it was the blower motor the A/C light would come on.

hi thanks for the reply

i was hoping that it was something simple

it does not work on number 4 setting and there is no light on the a/c switch?

g

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hi thanks for the reply

i was hoping that it was something simple

it does not work on number 4 setting and there is no light on the a/c switch?

g

hi

well just checked the fueses and the fan connections and it all appears ok so help

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