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This one,and they are open.why no air.

And the second question,the A/C doesnt seem to be working,when I press the A/C button the A/C lights on the display but the air doesnt get cool.
Are there any fuses for the above funtions??
 

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Anyone know if theres more vents down the tubes that can make the air stop?
And anyone have a drawing of the heatsystem?
 

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I learned that I probably have electric motors that redirectt the air,where are those motors and how can I get to them.
Cause nothing happens when I redirect the air with the arrows on the controllpanel.:nono:
 

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Ok I found a video showing wich motor redirects the air,I will try to get to it...

But the A/C still ain´t working,does anyone know why there is a sign that says A/C in the glowe apartement?
Sommeone must know..
 

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There's a small vent in the top of the glove box that you can use to keep your lunch cool. That's why it has the A/C sticker. It's just forward of this.
Easiest thing on your A/C is to check if it has gas. It won't work if empty. Then it may have a leak or a fault.
 

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Help

My heating fan has stopped working completely, did all the usual checks, fuse, resistor, fan with current across it but all fine. However I am getting no current to the resistor at all, why would this be happening please?
 

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It´s voltage you should messaure at the resistor,from ground to the resistor.
Messaure both before the resistor and after it.
Correct me if I`m wrong..
 

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AC not working if press AC button

Does you compressor come on? You should be able to hear the clutch click and notice a slight fluctuation in rpm when it does. Sometimes the green light on my AC button doesnt come on but the compressor kicks in regardless.
 

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No nothing happends when i press the button..
I have the same issue. I fixed the flap servo things using a kit I bought on eBay for about £18. It took a couple of hours in all, and was rather fiddly but not that difficult.


This is the part responsible for directing the air flow:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/gikisoxsn8px9hi/IMG_20160625_130210.jpg?dl=0

You will notice that the hexagonal socket is cracked, so the servo can't move it.

This is with the new one installed:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/bdgcgjllyqs5roj/VID_20160625_125938.mp4?dl=0

The kit also contains repair kits for the two temperature control flaps.

One of the servos:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/1mx9mrw0bx87fjf/IMG_20160625_132529.jpg?dl=0

The gear it meshes with:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/py07n1in3fv905b/IMG_20160625_135025.jpg?dl=0

The repair piece:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ipe1y521af22mct/IMG_20160625_135053.jpg?dl=0

Which fits over the worn gear and gives the servo motor something to get a grip on.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/7a7v1yb5tprk03x/IMG_20160625_135108.jpg?dl=0

This is the video showing how you fit the kit. He doesn't explain why you need that rectangular plate and the longer screws, but the reason is that when you fit the white plastic gear, the servo needs to sit further away to line up with it. The plate locates the servo about 5mm further out.

As for the air con not working, I'm guessing mine needs re-gassing.
 

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Yes,I bought a kit from my local Peugeot dealer,but I only changed the white thing from the air directory and now it works.
I did not change the heat servos cause they still works,but I have the things in the box just incase...
 

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check your wiring if you know what you are doing if not you might have to spend a little on a mechanic or even a electrician might help if its electrical. : )
 

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air conditioner not blowing air through vents

it sounds like your filter may be plugged up or very dirty turn off your A/C and remove the filter and see if it is very dirty if so replace it with a clean one and turn the fan on the reason you have no air flow is the inside coil is frozen up and is blocking the air path. Run the fan to thaw it out for a hour and start it back up if it then works that is the problem. if it doesn't then there is something else wrong
 

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Air Conditioner Not Blowing Air
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If your AC doesn’t go on at all when you set the thermostat for a cooler-than-room temperature, please read Central AC Not Working At All, above. Then, if you have fairly good DIY skills and a multimeter, go through the diagnostic steps in this video to determine whether the problem may be a condensate pump switch.

https://youtu.be/DXqXmz0YwQs
 
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