Member Since: 05 Jan 2016
In that case mine is broken.
Should I see smoke in my '62 plate D4 HSE....?
(Trying hard not to respond to your smart a..e response)
11th Nov 2016 10:53 pm
Member Since: 18 Nov 2016
Thank god for this thread....I thought I had an expensive problem
18th Nov 2016 8:14 pm
Member Since: 31 Oct 2009
Is there a way of getting spare parts for the heaters?
Mine is non working and the IID tool shows up temperature sensor fault.
Won't run, purge or do anything via the tool.
Would like to get it running as the heater was great on my old TD4 freeby for warming the cabin in winter.
23rd Nov 2016 3:58 pm
Member Since: 16 Aug 2016
Location: South Northants/Oxfordshire
Anyone know where to start with "coolant pump electrical failure short circuit " fault??
Bench test pump?? Any tips, ideas??
It's getting cold out there...
11th Jan 2017 3:48 pm
Martin Site Admin and Owner
Member Since: 06 Nov 2004
Location: Hook Norton
I would say the first step is unplug the coolant pump electrical connector from the FBH (3 pin connector with 2 pins used), and check the pump for continuity/short with a multimeter.
In response to AJM - yes you can get spares. Some from LR, others from Webasto dealers.06 D3 SE / 15 LR D90 XS SW / 88 LR 90 Td5 / 68 BMW 2000 ti
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