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interior heaters not working changed blower moter

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interior heaters not working changed blower moter and reostate and pollen filter still not working
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  nabilc replied 6 years ago.
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Billy :

is it blowing cold air or is it just not turning on?

Customer :

not turning on also light on automatic heater control now not working

Billy :

is it a manual temperature controlled system or an automatic one?

Customer :

auto electric/digital

Billy :

you need to change the heating/air conditioning control module

Customer :

where is that located

Billy :

in the fascia in the middle next to the vent outlets

Customer :

do you no were i can get a replacement

Billy :

http://www.247spares.co.uk

Customer :

as regards XXXXX XXXXX previous question i changed control module still not working what next

Billy :

you need to check if hot water is getting to the cabin radiator/heater.

Billy :

There are two engine coolant hoses that go in and out of the driver's cabin through the firewall, check if these two are not clogged

Expert:  nabilc replied 6 years ago.
then if these are working and coolant is coming through than it would the solenoid valve on the interior radiator/heater that is clogged or even stuck closed. In that case you might need to take it to the dealer, for it's very hard to get to the valve ( might need to remove whole dashboard).

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