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Fuse blowing on heater/air con control panel

Laguna 2. 03 model 1.8

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Put 1 size higher fuse in should solve he problem if not you will have to check to see if any wires are touching that sould not be for example on my stereo in my golf the live wire was worn so it was touching the chasis and blowing my stereo fuses

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Hi My heater and air con has stopped blowing


Hi!!

Let's start with the basics, check blower motor and AC fuses and relays, also take a visual check to the wiring going to the Blower Motor (Firewall, passenger side). Look for broken wires and loose electrical terminals.

Let me know how it went.

Good Luck!!!

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