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Blower has stopped working in my 2002 seat ibiza

The climate control and heater has packed up on my seat ibiza, the lcd shows it to be working but the fan doesnt come on

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    My 2003 Seat Ibiza 1.2 keeps cutting out on starting and after a couple of attempts starts. What can the problem be?

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Found this on http://www.seatcupra.net: The heater issue will be due to the heater matrix. Its a black box on the passenger side, below the glovebox. You'll find a heater resistor that's your problem. Although the copper contact may not be touching behind the switch bit.

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