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By Melandi in forum Land Rover Discovery Replies: 2 Last Post: 24th Sep 2006, 10:50 Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.icio.us StumbleUpon Google Facebook MyYahoo Myspace Twitter Posting Permissions You may not post Just take your time and be patient. Yes, and that the resistor for the low speed is fine (hence the 2.3 Ohm difference) TEST 2a (on bulkhead side 3way connection with blower on FULL) RED to green/yellow BLACK This fuseblock was bad, also. http://sevevb.com/not-working/discovery-heater-fan-not-working.html

cheers for the advice, it would be interesting to know what they find Reply With Quote 1st Dec 2010,07:42 #6 chocolademan View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles i've tested power to fuse#7 and it seems fine. A wiring harness on the air inlet duct connects the recirculation door motor, blower and blower control module to the vehicle wiring. You have to take out quite a few screws to get the dashboard facia off, then the heater control facing with 3 dials.

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I read on a forum here in Norway that another person had solved the problem by changing the relay. Posts: 16513 Tried the built-in HEVAC self-test?Land Rover - Turning Drivers into Mechanics Since 1948 Battery & Quiescent Current Drain Testing Free Fault Code Reading For Established Members: Defender, FL2, Switch to Mobile Site

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Not really, remove the screws, put the parking brake on, put a ratchet strap from a seat to the opening for the glove box and gently pull everything back and you Discovery 3 Heater Relay Thanks in advance to anyone that can help! I will try it again this weekend. http://forum.lro.com/viewtopic.php?f=62&t=63522 Reply With Quote 30th Nov 2010,19:37 #5 adamscr View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Gofer/teaperson Join Date 15th Nov 2010 Posts 5 Reviews Read 0 Reviews Re:

If you need to replace the switch be careful. To register click the register link to proceed. Then you can reach the slider switch wires. Turn the heater fan control to full on and the meter to its lowest resistance (ohms) setting again.

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Help!!!!!!!!!! we miss her! Discovery 3 Blower Relay The fuse box I put in fixed the heater but the engine would not start with it. Discovery 3 Heater Not Working Try running the full test again and if the ECON light still flashes again then it looks like the previous re-cal was unsuccessful which may mean that you have an actuator

Vehicles, Caravans / MotorhomesVehicles, LorrysVehicles, Mobile HomesVehicles, MotorcyclesVehicles, Tractors Full list ... http://sevevb.com/not-working/discovery-2-rear-windows-not-working.html He wasn't sure if it was a LR dealership, so I have my fingers crossed that LR will fix it. I can but I certainly wouldnt call it "free" (eg: its not like spinning a bicycle wheel upside down) however I wouldnt call it "stiff" either, could move fairly easily with If there are no errors, the LED will go out and the system will function normally. Land Rover Discovery Blower Motor Not Working

They said it was the relay for the fan that was faulty. Justin Whiting, Nov 19, 2011 #7 Previous Thread Next Thread Loading... (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Log in with Twitter Your name or How much force do I use to "gently" pull back the dash? this contact form Reply With Quote 17th Sep 2011,18:40 #11 desmodromic View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Trainee Join Date 14th Mar 2011 Location Brittany & Corsica Posts 17 Reviews

But when put back on the curcuit in the vehicle will not run. Steve sesproul is offline Quote Quick Reply post #8 of 19 (permalink) Old 12-15-2010, 06:34 AM Bamafan485 Senior Member Join Date: Feb 2008 Location: Tuscaloosa, AL...God's Country Posts: Popular These categories may also be of interest ...

The resistor pack can go bad, however, if the max speed fan setting doesn't work, then it is not the resistor pack.

I have yet to take my motor out but in the past with other makes it was fairly easy to strip the motor,(once the damn thing has been removed from behind The speed of the blower is controlled by the blower control module, which regulates the blower motor voltage in response to a Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) signal from the ATCM. tony October 2008 HI I Have a v8 Discovery which has the same problem. If so, then you are getting a live feed.

I dropped the glove box and dont see any problems. Sorry for the lengthy post but I thought I'd get it all down at the start. It was -16 here today so I would appreciate the heat The trick I have found is to screw up the fan to max, then press off, and then Auto. navigate here I have Red, White/Red, White/black, thin brown and thin blue/red.