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Re: Renault Laguna 1 - Removing Heater Controls (With Pics)

Hi Petros and welcome.

Unfortunately, I don't now have the car so couldn't tell you what the part number is. When I sourced a replacement for mine I had to scour all the car breakers in the country through the wonders of the world wide web.

You don't say where you are in your profile. You could try contacting Renault directly to see if such a part can be ssourced via them but I imagine if it could be you'd pay a premium for one.

For mine in the UK I input "parts gateway" into Google search and eventually found a breaker in this country who had one but it was no easy task to find one

Good luck in your search and I'm sorry I couldn't be much more help!

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Re: Renault Laguna 1 - Removing Heater Controls (With Pics)

These bolt are situated about 2 inches in from the fascia and are hidden from view.......... unless you have a small head!!!

You will need a 9/32 socket with an extension bar to access them.

The panel should drop down ith a bit of force and the bulb is situated in the top, its recessed down so you will need some twezzers or some long nosed pliers to tease it out.

The bulb is the exact same one as is required in the instrument panel.

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Re: Renault Laguna 1 - Removing Heater Controls (With Pics)

I have just this minute changed the bulb in the air/con display.
I had the same problem with the unit that holds the stereo, it needs to come out from the bottom first, but the bottom is behind the gear cover housing, but with some leverage up under the fascia and down on the gear housing it popped out OK.
the two threaded bolts are very much hidden, but can be felt on the far left and right and are countersunk so very hard to see, once they had been removed the air/con display dropped out.
I haven't put the stereo compartment back yet, as it's to dark to work, will continue tomorrow.
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