heater fan wont turn off

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My Name: jim sommers

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Model: C3 Pluriel - with or without roof
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Good morning from Australia.
I have a 2004 pluriel that the heater fan wont turn off. It stays on high even whin I try to turn off the fan.

Any ideas on the problem?

Thanks in advance

Jim
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jim sommers wrote:Good morning from Australia.
I have a 2004 pluriel that the heater fan wont turn off. It stays on high even whin I try to turn off the fan.

Any ideas on the problem?

Thanks in advance

Jim
Hi Jim, it could be the fan controller/resistor. You can get a new one by clicking here, but there are several types so its best to remove yours first and compare the picture in the ebay listing with the one you have removed.

You can find its location in this topic
https://citroenc3owners.com/citroen-c3-q ... -t516.html


Its well hidden :)
Heater resistor pack location on a Citroen C3
Heater resistor pack location on a Citroen C3

If its not the heater controller, it could be the heater switch, there are several different control panels for the heater, A/C, climate control. You will need to identify what heater controls you have fitted.
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