Step 1: Open the ashtray and remove two screws pointing upwards in the upper corners of the recess. Step 2: Unclip the fascia panel around the radio and heater controls. Step 3: Remove the lefthand screws securing the heater matrix.Step 4: Locate the bracket with these two screws so that it locks both the arm and plastic in place. Step 5: Replace the fascia panel and the ashtray.
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Remove dash,centre console,heater box and you'll find it in there
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Could be a problem with the heater matrix. It was with ours in this situation. Yes, definitly the heater element broken - lot of work
The heater matrix, in a Peugeot 206, can be replaced by removing the heater core and the hoses. With the heater core removed you can replace it with a new heater core.
heater matrix on a mk 3 golf is quite a big job gotta take the whole dash board out around 6-8 hrs job
The heater matrix can be replaced by removing the heater core and temperature control cables. Replace the heater core and the control cables.
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unfortunatly m8 u have to take the dash board out to get at it
The heater matrix, also known as a heater core, is usually replaced if found defective. They can be repaired, but is usually cost/performance prohibited.
The heater matrix can be accessed from the front passenger side. Remove the glove box and the flow end return pipes for the heater matrix can be seen. You will need a fairly long T20. Torx driver.
Bypass the cooling system and discard altogether the heater matrix if you use the car below Rome.
There is no heater control valve fitted on a Ford Escort. The heater matrix is directly connected to the engine's cooling system. To reach the heater matrix, you should remove all the facia unfortunately... :(
? Heater matrix?
If you mean the heater matrix its behind the passenger side of the dash.
Take it to a garage lol ive have got a metal clip come off pipe
This is a common complaint with mk2 Golfs, most of which were fitted with a heater matrix bypass valves to prevent the heater matrix from bursting under certain conditions. These bypass valves can fail, cutting off supply to the heater matrix resulting in no heat. Either replace the valves or remove them and fit a heater matrix from a mk3 Golf. These are stronger units and don't require bypass valves.
Called a Heater Core in North America. This is a little radiator to make the air in the car warm
You would have a leak, from either the pipes to the heater matrix (radiator), or the matrix itself.
No, there'no other way. If your car has no aircon the job is does not take to long and isn't too difficult - wth aircon that's another story... Alternatively you can bypass the heater element in the engine room, tricky because theres little space but possible
Those are the classic symptoms for a heater matrix (core) leaking