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99 aerodeck heater fault

Over the past few months my heater has been dodgy. sometimes it works sometimes it doesn't! obviously i've checked the fuse but i'm not sure which relay needs checking for the heater fan motor? as this is the next thing to check its kinda important to know which on it is! ant help finding it would be much appreciated!

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It possibly is the heater resister pack

Posted on Feb 18, 2009

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