heater in cab

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  1. stevensson10

    stevensson10

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    I have a fiat ducato but all of a sudden the heater switch is not blowing hot air out it as 4 settings but none of them are working it does triclkle hot air out it just wont blow it out does any body know what the problem might be regards steve
     
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    There is a fuse that controls the fan ( blower ) .

    Depends on what type of Ducato you have as to where the fuses are and what number it is
     
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    My 98 reg duccato heater switch only worked on no 4

    Turned out it was the resistor on the back
    Of the heater motor just above the passengers feet
    In the cab cost DIY was about £25 . Oo

    :thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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    had the same problem on a car but if it doesnt work at all its unlikely to be the resistor pack.....and you are lucky, mine would have been over £100 twelve years ago....bloody greedy Nissan.
     
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    resister pack

    yes it turned out to be the resistor pack thanks all for replying steve
     
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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    i'm surprised....usually high speed bypasses the resistors and is a direct feed.....so should work on high regardless of resistor pack condition.
     
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