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Really enjoying this car.

Would be great if someone could help with some parts,
probably ongoingly but I could do with things like the window seals,
the ones that wipe the windows as they go up and down.
Mine have strange corrosion at the ends and dont hold on well.

It has an aftermarket radio/cd player,
is there some way I can adapt it to work from the steering wheel?

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There's nothing strange about that corrosion in those rubber strips, they all do it. You just need to find a later model one in a breakers yard, and yes it is possible to get a bog standard CD to work off the remotes, my Ulysse did. It was another connection adaptor with tons of wires, made it a right pig to get the radio back in once you'd had it out.
 

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It depends if your aftermarket head unit is steering wheel compatible or not.

I just fitted an excellent PURE DAB Highway unit but it doesn't work with steering wheel controls.

If it does - autoleads should be able to help.
 

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Uh Oh...
heater fan has stopped working,
electrics are not my thing, any tips?
Its got the fancy digital heater all buttons and no knobs,
been anxious about it actually,
thats probably why its stopped,
worried it to death.
Maybe its a fuse, but all the lights and numbers work,
just no blower, and its raining the windows are steaming up..
 

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Far a I know there are two blower motors on these so one might have been out a long time.
Check fuses first (behind glovebox) but I suspect your motor has given up or siezed up.
One is above the passengers feet behind glovebox, the other is in a similar postion on the drivers side.
Best tackle the passenger side one, there's a bit of junk to remove and brackets to undo to gain access but not a bad job really. I've seen two different types of motor on them, 3 terminal plug and 4 terminal plug.
 

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You were right about the fans,
I have a local Peugeot breakers called SWRPC that also fix cars,
they managed to sort it fairly cheap and quick.

As winter is approaching its time to look at the thermostat in the heater,
its a digital display, you select the temperature you want.
(Citroen Synergy)
Works fine on maximum temp, and perhaps very occasionally near there,
but not well enough to survive a winter without a lot of frustrating selecting.

Is there a thermostat to change somewhere, or clean the dust off?
Anyone solved this problem already and got a tip please?

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