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Re: Renault Scenic I - Heater Fan Fix

Hi there ,
I've also got heater problems , fan only works on setting 4.
I know it's probably the thermal fuse in the resister pack but how do you get the dash off , I've taken the two screws out that are under the left and right hand speaker vents ? but how hard do you have to pull the dash board
I'm using all my strength and it won't budge I've heard a nasty cracking noise .
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Re: Renault Scenic I - Heater Fan Fix

The ducting to the passenger ventilator duct just didn't want to release from the passenger vent on my RX4, no matter how hard I pulled and twisted it from the centre.

Here's how it's done:

Lever out the swivelling vent air director unit from the dash panel with a small screwdriver slid into the pivot points - go carefully and it should spring out with no real effort.

This reveals the airflow flap, which you need to open fully to reach just beyond it, where you'll see the inside of the duct. Now simply prise off its mounting from the inside with your fingers
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Re: Renault Scenic I - Heater Fan Fix

Hi Barney,
I have a 2002 Scenic 1 version 2, 1600cc petrol Dynamique with standard aircon

Blower motor and fan are at full blast once ignition is on. While the heater and aircon indicators respont to controls the blower just keeps going.
I tried pulling fuse 28 which feeds the heater control panel but it still keeps roaring away.

If you have any ideas on a fix but also how in the mean time to shut it down I would be very greatful

David

I've created a thread of your very own "Heater Fan Stays on". Please refrain from Hi-jacking futher threads, Thank you
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Re: Renault Scenic I - Heater Fan Fix

Would all the Scenic 1 Phase 2 models i.e. 1400, 1600 and 2000 all have the same ste-up. I've opened the dash, removed the black air pipe on the passenger side, but could not locate the resistor pack. Please help.
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Re: Renault Scenic I - Heater Fan Fix

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Hi, I've taken the resistor pack out the dash on a 54 scenic II. The fan only worked on position 4. I have replaced the thermal fuse with a 192c from Maplin. Before I put it back together I have tested it and the repair works, but the resistor pack started to smoke after 5 seconds. Does anybody know if this is because there is no airflow to cool it down or a problem with the resistor pack? Any help will be very welcome.
Hi. I have had the same problem with new resister and loom fitted. All fan speeds were working, then smoke from resister pack which got very hot before losing fan speeds on setting 1, and 3. Setting 4 works. Just wondering if you managed to get a response and fix your problem. Many thanks.
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