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Citroen C3 heater blower

2004 Citroen C3 Problem

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CarCitroen C3 sx
Year2004
Ownerabominog
Posted21/03/2010


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The Problem:

The car has air conditioning/ heater blower didgital controls, these are working fine as per displays, but the heater blower isnt switching on, i have followed all the instructions in the Haynes manual, taking glove box out to reach the motor, but I cannot budge it to pull it out of the car behined the dashboard any ideas please



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Solution 1


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Have you checked this from a previous post .

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Posted on 2010 02 23

fan speed controler in side of heater box next to clutch pedal, has 2 x plugs in it with heavy duty red wires









Posted on Sunday 21st of March 2010

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thanks, so if i unplug these wires from the driver side near clutch pedal the motor can be removed??





Posted on Sunday 21st of March 2010

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It was suggested as a possible cause of the fan not working in an earlier post on forum .Have you tested there is power getting to motor before removing ?





Posted on Sunday 21st of March 2010

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any idea why after replacing the blower,and checking the power going to it{14.5v} why the little pain in my side blower still wont work.





Posted on Wednesday 17th of November 2010

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