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Clio Heater Control Panel removal

Hi the heater control panel has gone, I have found a replacement does anyone know how to remove it
I had a quick look there are two screws on front and looks like i will have to remove console around gearstick is there anything else i will need to remove to get the control panel out
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Re: Clio Heater Control Panel removal

if this is the clio mk 2 phase 1 then you got it in one, gear stick consol off then 2 screws on the heater panel, owen
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Re: Clio Heater Control Panel removal

Hi all ok changed the control panel but the heater blower still doesnt work check fuse, what else could be wrong it was working on and off before on speed 3 & 4 then only on 4 and then nowt so changed the switch control panel
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Re: Clio Heater Control Panel removal

its never usually the control panel, its most probably the resister pack, what clio do you have i might be able to give you a better idea, owen
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Re: Clio Heater Control Panel removal

Hi its a W reg clio alize 1.6
my mate was told by a garage that it was the control panel and that he cleaned the insides and it worked for about a year, and that it would need changing as its worn (fitted a new control switch and still no luck) me think the bloke didnt know what he was on about so ok its not the switch so what else can it be
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