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Author Subject: Heater Matrix gone?
ale624

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Post #1
Hey guys,

Noticed the passenger side of my windscreen has been very foggy over the last few days.
initially chocked it up to being quite cold out, but earlier today i flipped my heater from hot to cold, and after a few minutes back again.

steam just poured out of the vents for a few seconds... So i recon my matrix is done! Thumbs down

I've read that the pipes can crack and break off while doing the job, but cannot find anyone posting the part number?
I've looked on servicebox and can only find the heater itself, not the hoses...

Anyone know the part number for the hoses?

Its just my luck, I literally just drained and re-filled my coolant last week Sad

Cheers!
Alex
Posted 8th Feb 2020 at 14:23
rudolf

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Post #2
You will need used ones as no longer in production.

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Posted 8th Feb 2020 at 14:36
ale624

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Post #3
rudolf wrote:
You will need used ones as no longer in production.


Awesome.... so dont fokken break them then.

Do you happen know the part number anyway?
might see if I can track down some new old stock.

Cheers,
Alex
Posted 8th Feb 2020 at 15:02
silver6

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Post #4
ale624 wrote:
rudolf wrote:
You will need used ones as no longer in production.


Awesome.... so dont fokken break them then.

Do you happen know the part number anyway?
might see if I can track down some new old stock.

Cheers,
Alex


Try http://public.servicebox.peugeot.com for part numbers

Thumbs up

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Posted 8th Feb 2020 at 22:04
ale624

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Post #5
silver6 wrote:
ale624 wrote:
rudolf wrote:
You will need used ones as no longer in production.


Awesome.... so dont fokken break them then.

Do you happen know the part number anyway?
might see if I can track down some new old stock.

Cheers,
Alex


Try http://public.servicebox.peugeot.com for part numbers

Thumbs up


ale624 wrote:
I've looked on servicebox and can only find the heater itself, not the hoses...

Sad
Posted 8th Feb 2020 at 23:16
alcon

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Post #6
6464 LH

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Posted 9th Feb 2020 at 20:26
ale624

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Post #7
alcon wrote:
6464 LH

Ah, i thought that was just the top "bleedy" bit.

Awesome, thanks!
Posted 11th Feb 2020 at 09:37
alcon

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Post #8
ale624 wrote:
alcon wrote:
6464 LH

Ah, i thought that was just the top "bleedy" bit.

Awesome, thanks!


I'd double check that....I only quickly looked at service box

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Posted 11th Feb 2020 at 10:00
pug_306

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Post #9
If your careful you shouldn't break them. I have some spare if you do break them.

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Posted 12th Feb 2020 at 20:47
thugpuggin

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Post #10
Cool so that's two gone in Bristol in a month then. Time to sack mine off now, not wasting anymore money on a potential swimming pool. So many new parts on mine in last two years but mine still blows warm ATM. I just can't see where I'm going due to the moisture on screen. So it can sit on my drive till it's worth £1,000,000. Then I'll sell.

Coolant is cheaper than the 55 litres of fuel sat in mine after it p**sed itself after filling up in Swindon.

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Posted 22nd Feb 2020 at 00:22
welshpug!

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Post #11
never broken the pipes myself, worth checking the replacement natrix has o-rings and if not def buy a new pair

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Posted 22nd Feb 2020 at 09:00

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