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Radiator fans not working

This model has air con system and no fan switch there are 3 relays that all seem to be working, all fuses seem ok

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Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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SOURCE: peugeot 206 radiator fan relays

my fiancee's did this aswell, you need to get a new relay form peugeot (arounn £10) and 5 male conectors that will fit on the relay and cut the block off the wires and attach it this way. thats how i did it and it works a treat now mate.

hope that help mate, Ray.

Posted on Jul 05, 2009

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you need to take off the drivers front wheel and plastic cover infront of the engine.
then you need to crack off two allen key type bolts holding the braket and tensioner pully in place, that is positioned just right of the crankshaft pully. Once the whole unit is slack you have to loosen the adjuster that is visible underneath the tensioner braket to take the tension off the belt. Once the belt is loose enough take it off and reverse process avoiding overtightening new belt. [It needs a little give to avoid damging bearings in the pully]

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SOURCE: location for cooling fan relay on citroen relay

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Look behind front grill near engine fan (relays and resistor). remove grill and plaastic cover.
Marko

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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SOURCE: no power at heater fan fuse is there a relay peugeot 406

406 is prone to damaged internal contacts in the ignition key barrel, one of the cables there supplies power to the heater blowers. What happens is there is a large supporting clip that takes the weight of the bundle of cables from the ignition barrel, this becomes loose or fails and allows the weight of the bundle to hang on the back of the barrel, the end result is loss of supply to various systems as well as damage to the key barrel itself. Drop the under steering kick pannel and try a wiggle of the bundle while you have everything switched on and the engine running, if you get intermittant blowers running you have found the fault!

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