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    Peugeot 2008 Boxer Stargazer. Heater fan fuse



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    Fan stopped working, any idea which fuse to check

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    Now, with your username name, you must know Peugeot 2008 Boxer Stargazer. Heater fan fuse
    If it was similar to the one I had, they're marked up in hab fuse panel, mini blade fuse.


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    Thanks they ar all blade fuses, however the nearest description is air conditioning so will give it a check.

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    Hab Fuse box. Do you have air con in hab area, unusual.

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    Habitation heater or cab heater?

    Whichever, start at one end and work across. If you find a blown one replace it but then continue along just in case something else is blown. Worth the effort.

    Also gives you a chance to check that they are all the correct fuse (some people fit the wrong fuse for various reasons).

    If this doesn't work try looking for in line fuses.


    If that doesn't work let us know the make/model of the heater.
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    It is the cab heater that is not working. I have checked the fuses in the engine bay fuse box and all ok. Will check other fuse boxes tomorrow. Thanks for suggestion. In respect of my user name I served a five year apprenticeship as an electrician and I also built and raced single seater stock cars round the oval circuits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortcircuit View Post
    It is the cab heater that is not working. I have checked the fuses in the engine bay fuse box and all ok. Will check other fuse boxes tomorrow. Thanks for suggestion. In respect of my user name I served a five year apprenticeship as an electrician and I also built and raced single seater stock cars round the oval circuits.
    A very common fault is the resistor for the heater blower.
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    Fix Your Peugeot Boxer/Bipper Heater Blower Resistor Problem In Minutes

    You do have to be careful about this because of the fire risk, making sure you only use good quality replacements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrow View Post
    Fix Your Peugeot Boxer/Bipper Heater Blower Resistor Problem In Minutes

    You do have to be careful about this because of the fire risk, making sure you only use good quality replacements.
    Thanks for your advice, please check my previous post.

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