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Old 17-03-14, 01:40 PM   #1
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My Air con seems to have lost pressure and doesn't work since I had the new screen fitted , it was re gassed in July :-(
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The screen could just be a co-incidence. My colleagues 206 was regassed and only lasted eight months.
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My new 407 had poo aircon after I bought it. Not nearly as good as my previous 407. So I queried it.
Turned out the dealers had missed a mahoosive hole in the condenser.
Queue a trip to Lincoln and a shoebox courtesy car, one of those with the touch screen middle bit.. didn't like it.
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I'm thinking condenser , what are they like to do ?
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I'm thinking condenser , what are they like to do ?
Knowing Peugeots, a massive arse of a job.
I think you need to remove the rad.
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Old 17-03-14, 11:51 PM   #6
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Dont look too bad to do but they are bolted to the rad loads on ebay dont seem too expensive
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There is pressure in the system so any ideas why the ac compressor doesn't kick in ?
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Is the AC pump clutch ok & getting power ??
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Thats the first check in daylight tomorrow , any idea which fuses as well ?
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Diconected battery and removed it for a clean, checked fuses for aircon and it still didn't work so pulled the plug off compressor to check power and it was ok , plugged it back in and click it now works ;-)
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