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Re: Scenic II - Access to resistor pack?

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It is only necessary to loosen the top of the dashboard and lift it up onto some chocks to allow you to get your hand in.
paulb, do you know if you can access the fan motor terminals by this method? I have the usual resistor issue on an 04 scenic and am looking at the replacement pack with wiring from aep direct, however I'm assuming I need to access the fan and the heater switch in order to wire the replacement part in? The full dash off job as described in Haynes is out of the question, may as well pay renault a fortune to do that... the procedure to get the heater panel off looks bad enough.

Also, how did you release the dash top?
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Re: Scenic II - Access to resistor pack?

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please help it very cold driving this car without any heat,how can i get to the resistor pack on the scenic 11somebody please help .
ive tried removing the glove box ,but i appears the dash might have to be removed ,has anybody done this?

Hi there, I have just replaced the resistor pack on my 2004 scenic with climate. I had no fan working and traced the fault down to the resistor pack.
Not a easy job but my friend said that he would give it ago and help me, I got the new resistor pack from GSF Peterborough for 39.60 + vat (Came without the wiring loom).
We attempted to get in where the LCD Dash is but, there was a screw holding the resitor pack in and was unable to remove it.
So we had to start removing the dash!!!!!!!!
After about an hour the dash was out, removed the resistor pack and noticed that the pollen filter was blocked, once we worked out that to remove the pollen filter i attemped to clean it but, it was too clogged up, got a new ordered from my local renault dealer ( 17.90 inc vat).
Put the car all back together, was a bit concered when connecting the passenger airbag up!!! all done by 11.30, powered the car up and the climate started working
I think that my problem was all to do with the pollen filter being blocked and stopping the airflow therefore allowing the resistor pack to burnout.
Got the aircon recharged and now the car is sweet......
If you are having problems with your heater i recommend that you check your POLLEN FILTER.

Regards........... M..................
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Re: Scenic II - Access to resistor pack?

I've just had mine done at my local independent garage. He's normally spot on with prices but was gobsmacked after being landed with a 179 bill

I did attempt to remove the resistor pack myself, but only managed as far are removing the cable and shreading my arm in the process.

Was expecting 80-120 tops for the bill. 60 for part + labour.

He said it was a right sod to do and and if he gets asked to do another, he'll tell them to go to Renault.

Wishing I'd have got the part myself now and tried a little harder at fitting it.
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Re: Scenic II - Access to resistor pack?

Hi
I'm new to forum had same problem with resistor pack
managed to get it out through small access at side of digital counsel but couldn't get screws back in so top dash had to come out found same problem with pollen filter went to Renault for parts and was told oh it's a common fault why is it not a recall then, anyway new resistor and pollen filter fitted by myself 99.00 better than the 350.00 quoted by Renault. heater now working fine. Thanks for all the help found on this forum.

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Re: Scenic II - Access to resistor pack?

Hi,
I have a 2003 Scenic heater blower not working on the first three speeds but does work on No4.
The wiring to the resistor pack is not burnt out or the plug melted. the switch is sending a voltage to the resistor pack for all speeds. Have fitted new Renault resistor pack (which looks different to the one in your pictures) but still 1,2 & 3 do not work. Any ideas

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