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Re: Renault Scenic II - Access the resistor pack in 5 mins.

Has anyone got a diagram or could explain the wiring for this...my position 4 has given up the ghost, I'm thinking that the blower circuit is likely to be 3 different value resistors (speeds 1,2 & 3), with no resistor for the 4th (highest) position- perhaps just the thermal fuse?

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Re: Renault Scenic II - Access the resistor pack in 5 mins.

ok my heater finally died after working on 1 and 3 for a year been reading alot about it checked to see what has died in there and its the plug its burnt soooo need new wiring soo gunna change resistor and plug but see lots about which way the wires go so far i got just follow old plug wiring doesnt matter the colours of the new loom but i read alot about the spare wire left over what do you do with it ?
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Re: Renault Scenic II - Access the resistor pack in 5 mins.

Hello, my Scenic needs a resistor (and wiring pack); the nearest Renault garage quoted a small fortune. The part number I was given is 7701207718. I spent the entire evening searching for the part online and I can't find one to match or I find the resistor sold separately without the wiring. The part quoted in this thread previously seems different from the part advised to me by the Renault mechanic; could it be that the part posted here (http://www.aepdirect.com/heater-resi...tegory_id=3955) is the old version (the one where the current is not split into two) while the part quoted by my local garage is the modified one? Advise would be gratefully appreciated.
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Re: Renault Scenic II - Access the resistor pack in 5 mins.

omg 70+ pages on the same issue, shame no definitive guide.

I have a similar issue on mrs' car, lost 4 & 3 a couple of years ago, 2 just last back end. so its time to sort.

bought parts on eBay , separately (cause cheaper that way from what I found + change of heart after buying just loom - defo burnt on ours).

given the difficulty of the access, I've decided to bite the bullet and pay extra 10 to do both + some connectors +4/5 (get the yellow ones too).

hopefully all is well in a couple of weeks when parts arrive.

Just wondered if anyone knew the rating of the motor cause a 40A fuse to me seems like omg overkill !!

Would anyone advise replacing with a lower rate fuse so as to stop burn out of parts - doesn't heat cause an electrical resistance so presumably lowering fuse would stop burn out?

ps is there anyway that one can prin out the entire post minus ads and 7)+ page refreshes as that would be handy :-)
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Re: Renault Scenic II - Access the resistor pack in 5 mins.

I have just accessed the resistor pack
2005 Scenic II J84 with climate control. I can manage to just fit my arm in and luckily I pulled it out. The 2 pin plug had started to melt a bit. This would be why my fan stopped. Pain in the caboose with temperatures of 35 degrees C and up.
Does anybody know if i can pop down to a wrecker and grab that bit of another make / model car? Renault here in AUS want to charge $500+ for the wiring loom. If i can replace just that bit I will.
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