Question about 2002 Land Rover Freelander
When i turn on heater swich settings 1/2 does not work 3/4 work ok any suggestions thanks
The fan works at different speeds by switching to a different resister for the given speed. A common fault is the resister pack has a thermal overload/cutout which over time corrosion sets in and it breaks down. When you find the pack [normally under bonnet and in the motor cowling ]although not necessarily, you will see agroup of wires 4/5 remove the pack locate the thermal cutout ,bridge it and test ,if the fan works on all speeds #replace the unit# , we don't want a fire do we??. the information that i have supplied is for general electrical principles , and unless your freelander has computor controlled heating the principles will be the same. if it is computor controlled it could get expensive .Good luck i hope that i have helped in some way. Pat.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
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