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Hi, Mine is 2000model HDi 806 diesel. My heater is getting hot after very long time only. It gets heat but need atleast 10-15 minutes. Also, blowing is not enough. It makes big blowing noice but less air flow. Any help?
 

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First thing = change the thermostat.
Second thing = change any filters
Third thing = when you adjust the direction of the heater (e.g. to the windscreen or to your feet) does the air actually come out of the correct holes?
 

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Thanks For Ur Reply..
Could You Be More Specific On Thermostat And Filters...?
I Think Air Flow Is Not Up To The Standard. I Mean When It Is On Foot, Blow Is Not Enough Or If It Is On Face A Little Bit Only Coming Thru, But Makes Huge Noice...
Thanks..
 
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bettyswollocks said:
Is the blower a switch numbered 1 to 4 , is there a difference in power between them
The 806 has a slider more than a gauge 1-4.
Don't think they have a pollen filter, could be wrong.
Would need last eight numbers of chassis to find out.
 

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sagard said:
Thanks For Ur Reply..
Could You Be More Specific On Thermostat And Filters...?
I Think Air Flow Is Not Up To The Standard. I Mean When It Is On Foot, Blow Is Not Enough Or If It Is On Face A Little Bit Only Coming Thru, But Makes Huge Noice...
Thanks..
There is a thermostat here http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/PEUGEOT-806-1-9-Thermostat-Kit-FTK039-/260706014575 Follow the inlet hose from the radiator back to the engine block; the thermostat housing should be there.

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When it fails, the thermostat allows cold water to flow to the radiator, so the whole engine takes a very long time to heat up.

(I thought that you might have a pollen filter. If this is badly blocked, it will slow the flow of air to the inside of the car. However, it seems you may not have one..., so don't worry :) )

Just a thought: The loud noise may be caused by a heater air-piping duct that has fallen off.

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PureJoe said:
There is a thermostat here http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/PEUGEOT-806-1-9-Thermostat-Kit-FTK039-/260706014575 Follow the inlet hose from the radiator back to the engine block; the thermostat housing should be there.

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When it fails, the thermostat allows cold water to flow to the radiator, so the whole engine takes a very long time to heat up.

(I thought that you might have a pollen filter. If this is badly blocked, it will slow the flow of air to the inside of the car. However, it seems you may not have one..., so don't worry :) )

Just a thought: The loud noise may be caused by a heater air-piping duct that has fallen off.

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Thanks a lot for detailed reply. Let me look into it..
I think my veh doesn't have a pollen filter. Is it the one just below front glass(between bonnet and front glass?)
 
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