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Where is heater matrix situated and how to get to it
The heater matrix is behind the dash and requires it to be removed which is about 3/4 hours work ,now you havent stated the model or make of vehicle but reading this question 3 times now i suspect that the controls are connected correctly and the reason the engine is increasing in RPM is because it thinks the AC has been turned on so i would sugest you cut your losses and take it to a dealer as this sort of thing needs a dealer fitter who only works on one make of vehicle all day long and will do it with one hand tied behind their back whilst watching the secretary in the office all at the same time unlike your truely who works on anything and everything from a renault in the morning to somebodys motor bike in the afternnon and then the neighbours tractor so obviously it would take me ages to work out but a dealer fitter ?? minutes
Posted on Feb 09, 2012
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