406 heater / ventelation blower problems.

Discussion in 'Peugeot 406' started by stuz222, Feb 9, 2007.

  1. stuz222

    stuz222 Guest


    i have recently purchased a v reg, 1999, 406. the heater blower dosn’t
    work. i have read a few posts on here with similar problems to do with
    faulty wiring.

    i have taken the motor out and checked it across a battery and it
    works fine. the wires going to the motor seem to have no fault aswell
    as any other wires that i can get to.

    this makes me think that the problem lies in the blower controle
    module. according to the haynes guide and my local peugeot dealer the
    control module is part of the blower motor itself, but in my car the
    module seems to be a seperate thing compleatly. it is a small black
    box above the passenger footwell. but situated way off to the right of
    the motor nearer to the center of the console.

    i was going to try and replace this but cant find the part as it
    doesn’t seem to corect for my car.

    if anyone has any ideas as to what the problem could be or to the
    control module itself, i would be extreamly greatfull.

    thanks and sorry for the long post

    stuz222, Feb 9, 2007
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    colinday Guest

    I have got an 806, and the same thing happened to me. My garage man
    checked the fan on a battery....as you did, and it was fine.
    He told me it could only be the switching module, behind the switches.
    I got a new one on ebay for £16 plus £5 p & p. My mate took about 30
    mins to put it in, and all is well.

    colinday, Feb 13, 2007
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    stuz222 Guest

    cheers colinday. unfortunatly the problem lies much deeper on this
    one. i’ve narowed it down to the fusebox not receiving any power from
    the ignition switch. time for some rewiring i thin
    stuz222, Mar 16, 2007
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