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Old 12-06-15, 06:02 PM   #1
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Exclamation HELP PLEASE!! expert 2000 van heaters

hi I have a 2001 Peugeot expert van was wondering how to fix my heaters they only work as I get faster when stationary they don't work at all I was driving the van just now and couldn't see nothing!! was wondering what it could be I mean I am not very mechanic minded many thanks
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Old 12-06-15, 10:25 PM   #2
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When you mean they don't work are you referring to the flow of air out of the vents or the temperature of the air? I am guessing it is the flow of air because as the vehicle gets faster more air is rammed through the heater and the air flow out of the vents gets stronger. If this is the case the problem lies in the heater blower circuit and I would start by checking the fuse. If it is the heat output then assuming a reasonably constant engine temperature the cooling system needs topping up/bleeding or flushing.
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Old 13-06-15, 09:43 AM   #3
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Yea it is the airflow but i have tested the big square fuse but that seems fine and yea it is the air flow not the temperature is there anything elese I can check before I try and replace the fan do you think I should get the wring checked? Many thanks
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If the fuse is ok and as most things Peugeot involve an ECU, yes even the heater blower, it would save you time and probably money to get a diagnostic. Best to see if there is a member with Peugeot Planet near you and come to an arrangement with them. Unfortunately without seeing the vehicle it is difficult to make a diagnosis.
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No problem thank you very much for your help
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