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Peugeot expert van heater blower not working

Can anyone help please my heater bloweris not working replaced with replacement and checked all fuses still no luck ?

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  • Jamie Webber
    Jamie Webber Mar 05, 2016

    Sorry, I don't know what happened to my previous reply...

    ... What it was supposed to say was "Did you get your blower problem sorted? If so, what was the issue and the cure, please?"

    I have the same issue.

  • Jamie Webber
    Jamie Webber Apr 02, 2016

    Sorted mine.

    For the benefit of others... despite checking the fuses and relays... they were alright.

    The issue with mine was the 'Heater Resiter' on the bottom on the fan motor - simple to remove and change.

    I will do another post on that.

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Check the heater resister block located on the duct work near the fan that may have failed

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