The ac and heater in my 2002 free lander is not working the dial that tells it where to come out at will not adjust and at time when you are driving the blower just dies down real low and maybe will start back up after a few and sometimes it wont come back on at all
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Go to a Freelander owners club on Google or Facebook , they will be able to help you as most will have their books or the Haynes repair manuals. It should show the Fuse index on the actual plastic of the fuse box cover thou.
Used to be vacuum controlled, but now the doors inside the heater/AC suitcase (housing under the dash for the heater and a/c unit) are electrical rheostat controlled, and tend to give problems. These rheostats open and close the doors used to control where hot air and cold air is tunneled to the dash vents. (the hot to cold dial on the dash is a rheostat which controls an electric motor connected to a door, which opens for hot air, and closes for cold air). The rheostat or motor, it controls, has gone bad. Find an independent garage that you like, (NOT the stealership) and the price to fix will be a lot cheaper and more reliable. Good Luck
It sounds like you have water in your tank and/or bad gas. There are a few Chemicals that can help to remove it.... Dry Heet is one of them, but there are others. I would try to drain as much as you can first, as it seems to be floating on top of the gas. Then add the fuel cleaner. This should help. I would also replace the fuel filter if you cannot clean it out.
Switch gas Stations....
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chk. to see if you got a heater resister, it should be somewhere in the visinty of the blower motor 2 screws hold it in the heater box and it will have 4 or 5 wires in a plug going to it. samething happend with my truck and thats what it was. i also found out sometimes that plug with the wires to the resister burn, if thats the case you will have to chg. that too.