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Hi everybody,

My name is Semin, and Iím coming from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Iím driving Renault Scenic RX4, 2.0 16V, 2002, mileage app 80000 km.

I have problem with heating fan. Fan did not work at all. I realized that problem is coming from climate controller VALEO 509355 that goes to numbers of Renault, Peugeot and Citroens.

I searched a bit and found

So, I changed transistor with a new one IRFP064N, everything worked well for a 10 minutes and fan start to work on high speed. I could not switch it off.

This morning I changed transistor again and same thing happened. It for 2 minutes and again it broke.

Sis that mean that main processor in the controller is broken??, or somebody have some different ideas???

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Originally Posted by abdr1 View Post
Hi, I've got the same problem on my 1.9dCi scenic (04/04 reg with 46K on the clock).
The fan won't run on position 4, but it's OK on 1, 2 & 3. When it stopped working, initially, I could hear a "clicking" noise from the front passenger footwell area when I selected position 4 on and off. The noise then stopped and there was a faint burning smell (but no visible smoke).
You'll see a lot of threads stating that the fan will only run on position 4 or won't run at all. It seems there's a resistor that is the cause of the trouble, but surely everyone would have the same fault, I would have thought!
abr1, i am now in the same position of 1,2,3 working and 4 not on my scenic II 1.9dci and i have been told resistor needs replaced and loom plug needs spliced, gladly not at my expense but dealers. here is hoping
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Re: Renault - Scenic II - Heater Fan *fixed*

Bought the car second hand August '13 for my Mum, however I did not notice that position 4 was not working. My brother mentioned this first. Now in the last 3 weeks, position 3 was not working.

The car is Scenic 1.4 '06 reg and it's only done 34k. Just got it fixed at an independent garage for £50 part and £180 labour (1 year warranty on part). Not sure if that is expensive (mechanic said it took 6 hours to change rheostat/resistor since he needed to pull out the whole dash, etc.) and if I should have asked Renault to sort it out.

The question is how does the resistor get damaged? I've just found a link where someone does the whole job themselves, and can understand why the labour cost is so high. Hope it's okay to post the link here:
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Originally Posted by paul s View Post
Hi everybody .. I would be greatful if anyone knows the problem with my 53reg scenic 1.5dci heater fan,it has stopped working completly .it does't even work on speed 4 as discribed in many resister pack faults. many thanks
Hi paul I am having the exact same problem, (I am also brand new to the forum)
I changed the thermal fuse on the resistor pack and still nothing!
Will try to get the lower facia off tomorrow, any tips or is it straightforward?
Many thanks
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Hi there, Scenic II '06 plate, 45k miles .. fans died in all positions about 3 weeks ago. Replaced the 40A fuse in the glove box panel but nothing.

Haven't really got much know how or convenient working area when it comes to jobs like removing the dash, may ask a mobile mechanic over the local garage. First step I'll get a Haynes manual to see what everyone is talking about.
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