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Hello. I have a late 2017 308 SW GT line, which has been to the dealers a few times for various issues.

1: Rattle at low speed. Deemed to be a loose canister in the engine bay. Fixed now ?

2: Random reboots of the NAC unit. Deemed by Peugeot UK as a configuration issue. Dealer reset and the problem has not reoccurred. However since then the AC has been behaving oddly. Very warm last week. AC set to 14C. It never achieved this and the fans were only on very low speed even though on auto. However if the car sat in the shade for a while the fans would then start to operate a full speed and the temperature quickly dropped. Is it possible the configuration reset has caused the AC to behave like this? Seems a bit coincidental.

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Most probably fan will blow fast even if the car sat on the sun for a while. Because it is stationary, not moving, not because sun or shade.
As saide above, try to play with modes. Also, try to set fan speed manualy.
BTW "The value indicated corresponds to a level of
comfort and not to a temperature in degrees
Centigrade or Fahrenheit (depending on the
units chosen).
A setting around 21 provides an optimum level
of comfort. Depending on your requirements, a
setting between 18 and 24 is normal.
In addition, it is recommended that you avoid a
difference between the left and right setting of
more than 3."
 

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Thanks for the reply. Setting of fans is normal and AC is auto. Did some tests today on a long 2+hr journey. AC set to 19.5C. Car temp 21.5. Vent temp 12C. Hans very cold as blowing on hands as vents next to steering wheel.
 

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In Auto mode everything work automaticly:
- A/C on-off
- fan speed
- air distribution

If you change fan speed, others remain in Auto mode but fan speed.
If you switch A/C off, other remain in Auto mode.
If you change air distrubution to desired blowers, you'ra right, other settings remain in auto. Or, you can all of parameters choose by yourself. Climate control is not designed to achieve desired temp but comfort.
 
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