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heating system odd fault
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Had a squeaky fan for a while so was prepared for failure...just hoping it would hold till I removed dash for flocking and ripped out the AC properly.

Well it seemed to die the other day, unless you went over a bump and it would come back to life. Then it died completely.

Next day I realised that the A/C button/light and air recirc button/light didnt work and had no effect and neither did the heat control. No flaps movement.

Checked fuses, nothing blown.

So got a fan off Ozone. Fitted today and no difference.

I know fan works, thats been tested.

Any ideas??
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heater control panel at fault
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I do hope thats not true.

Only just replaced that with a good one

Its a bitch to change with all the flocked stuff
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bump on this...very odd for all the controls to die Undecided
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Im ill ...in bed...leave on saturday for holiday camping.

I think I will have enough time to bash me arch out and look at this heating issue...one shot...so if its heater controls, I will go scrappy and buy some ...anyone?
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dodgy bloody french wiring...

sorted now!!! and now have a spare fan and heater controls! Doh
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hmmm, still not quite right....

had a iffy moment of 110degrees on Porlock hill....

Used my favourite gadget...a laser temp gauge...shows that the car gauge must be off...as the top pipe is about 88/90degrees where the car gauge is showing 80.

rad is working well though, when stationary, and up to temp, without fans on, water goes in at 90ish, and bottom corner for bottom hose its at 50ish.

so thats good news. anyone got data for the blue sensor? I noticed mine is a two pin one, and a spare i have is one pin...anyone know differences?!
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