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heater fan
« on: November 19, 2010, 19:35:53 »
went out in car tonight and had heater fan on 2 and all of a sudden stopped working so turned switch and have found it is only working on 3 and 4 now no 1 and 2 option working any ideas is it worth doing ie easy fix or what
 cheers in advance shaun

P.S its a 5 door 2.0d Rreg if it makes any difference


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Re: heater fan
« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2010, 20:52:49 »
It's going to be the resistor pack, very common fault on most cars.
Haven't got the manual to hand at the moment but they are usually an easy fix, I have done them on a few vehicles in the past and they don't tend to be burried in the depths of the dashboard. They usually aren't too expensive either, do a parts search through a couple of the dealers websites or just ring a parts dept tomorow.
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Re: heater fan
« Reply #2 on: November 19, 2010, 21:14:01 »
It's going to be the resistor pack, very common fault on most cars.
Haven't got the manual to hand at the moment but they are usually an easy fix, I have done them on a few vehicles in the past and they don't tend to be burried in the depths of the dashboard. They usually aren't too expensive either, do a parts search through a couple of the dealers websites or just ring a parts dept tomorow.

thanks for that mate will have a look tomoro
cheers shaun


P38 4.0L V8  (everyday car)
LADA NIVA 1.7i (4X4 toy)
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