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So this is what happens when your Heater Resistor Dies!

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by BtownA3, Mar 21, 2012.

  1. BtownA3

    BtownA3 Member

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    So my heater resistor had gone (Was like it when I bought the car) - I purchased another and set about changing it, I was not expecting this!
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    I Set about changing the resistor and discovered that the plug was burnt out as well, So I had to do some Bodging to get it done
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    Now its all Fitted and I have Fan Speed again :)
     
  2. A3 Oly

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    good times hate little suprises like this tho...

    my fan was shafted all through winter now the weather is warming my fan works perfectly bloody car!!!
     
  3. BtownA3

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    Well worth checking the Resistor - I found em for 20 notes Brand Spankers in a sealed Audi Bag... Better than the 60 odd notes my local Steeler wanted
     
  4. A3 Oly

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    bargain... mine is a faulty blower motor think they are around 60 70 squids to replace new.
     
  5. Alais DJA

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    mmmm....rusty
     
  6. antwan

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    It looks as if the resistor has gone for a swim in a couple of inches of water :Flush: ,best check to see if the pollen filter and assorted flaps and trims are all present and intact.
     
  7. s3dave

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    And make sure there are no old sticklebacks in the boot ....:undwech:
     

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