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Old 16-08-13, 05:40 PM   #1
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Default 806 hdi webasto heater wiring

Hi does any one know how to wire one of these up as have got one for my hdi expert van so it warm up quicker in winter was just going to put it to a switched live to get it to work but dont know what wires are live and what are earth there are 4 wires 1 large yellow/green what i think will be earth, 1 large blue what i am thinking will be live but there are 2 small wires 1 white and 1 yellow, does any one know what these are any help would be much app....
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If its the same unit at 807 these instructions show how it's wired into the car. I used them to make my own remote start unit from memory earthing pin 5 on the unit is the start up signal but I cannot remember which is the main power connections etc are.

I think it was a total of 5 connections for +12V, Ground, Diags +, Diags- and the Start signal.


http://doc.webasto-russia.ru/Car/Cit...c8_z-c_d_e.pdf
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no sorry the one i have has only 4 wires as i said and only want to wire it up with live, earth and switched live but thank for trying to help
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Colour codes on PSA cars do not relate to wiring as such they repeat the colours there should be a code number on wire. This link may help point you in right direction if numbers are shown.

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If its the same unit at 807 these instructions show how it's wired into the car. I used them to make my own remote start unit


http://doc.webasto-russia.ru/Car/Cit...c8_z-c_d_e.pdf
I would be interested in how you done the remote start. The webasto is working fine on my 807, but a remote start would be great.
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I will have a search around to see if I kept my plans.

I know it was not to difficult I used a Maplin 2 channel RF kit with a couple of change over relays to connect to the blower and heater wiring, a basic NE555 Timer IC set for 20 mins to switch it off and a variable voltage regulator to set fan speed.

I think it cost about 50 ish quid to build.

You can sometimes get the factory timer kit cheap on ebay
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I would be interested in how you done the remote start. The webasto is working fine on my 807, but a remote start would be great.
I'm not him, but I also fitted a remote to my 807's webasto and did a writeup here: Cheap webasto remote control | Frodes blog
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I'm not him, but I also fitted a remote to my 807's webasto and did a writeup here: Cheap webasto remote control | Frodes blog
Hi, I did find this earlier, but i don't have the 1533 controller on mine. So would i have to fit that first. How did it perform, did the remote drain the battery to quick.

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Hi, I did find this earlier, but i don't have the 1533 controller on mine. So would i have to fit that first. How did it perform, did the remote drain the battery to quick.
So how do you operate the webasto then, just a simple on/off?

The battery drain is reasonable, I don't think it's an issue for a healthy battery so long as you're using the car at least a few times every month. Having said that I'd look carefully at passive power usage when selecting a remote unit. I disconnect the remote unit in the summertime when it's not going to be used.
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So how do you operate the webasto then, just a simple on/off?
Its controlled by the cars ECU on starting the engine, if below a certain temp it switches on, till water reaches operating temp then switches off
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