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Unread 9th February 2019, 05:40 PM
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another update its not the blower motor,relay,resistor or fuse goes to auto electrician tomorrow
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Must be a dodgy connection "somewhere".
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ok finely fixed been four weeks it was a relay in behind the glovebox only charged me 120
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Good to know!
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