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Old 03-11-11, 05:27 PM   #1
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Hi guys , my heating is blowing cold passengers side but hot drivers side , and the temp on display is reading the same for both sides .can u please help wife not happy having to sit the cold side of car lol
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Hi guys , my heating is blowing cold passengers side but hot drivers side , and the temp on display is reading the same for both sides .can u please help wife not happy having to sit the cold side of car lol
Ask her if she wants to spend 1000 fixing it ?

Its a dash out job i`m told
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oh shit then lol no easy fix then
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Send "Davidireland" a message to see if there has been any new developments on this problem , he`ll know.
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Ask her if she wants to spend 1000 fixing it ?

Its a dash out job i`m told
Although others seem to do a bit of DIY without taking the dash out, but still quite a tricky job to do I believe.
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I've seen heater box repair flaps on ebay selling for 100.
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I've seen heater box repair flaps on ebay selling for 100.
ebay link didnt work for me cab
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ebay link didnt work for me cab
Thats cos it wasn't a link just typed ebay.

But just for you Trem:peugeot 407 interior heater box flaps repair kit | eBay



Anyone know whats going on with 407owners???? can't get on tonight...

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Thats cos it wasn't a link just typed ebay.

But just for you Trem:peugeot 407 interior heater box flaps repair kit | eBay



Anyone know whats going on with 407owners???? can't get on tonight...
thanks for that.
As for 407owners i'll start a new thread i think
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Old 04-11-11, 08:53 PM   #10
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No parts needed. Most of the time you can fix the break with some chemical metal and a box section of pvc.
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