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2000 land rover dscovery heater/ac fan will not kick on,have replaced control unit,relays and diode, still loose power at fuse when unit cuts on,any ideas?

Front and rear ac/heater fans do not kick on,have changed diode in heater box,fan control unit and relays,have verifyed both fans work,and heater control unit powers up and display says its on but no fan is on. when i cut it on i loose the voltage at the F7 fuse.... and ideas/ direction?

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There is a resistor pack that controls the fan speed switches. Not sure about the 2000 Disco but on Range rovers of that era it is under the cover below the decker panel.- namely at the rear of the bonnet. Check that it actually is there, then get back to me and I'll post details of how to replace it

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SOURCE: I need to replace the fan belt. Which pulleys does it go around?

Hi there,

My brother in law and I changed it without taking anything apart except the fan cover, what you'll need to do is gently use a crobar to release the tensioner pully directly below the alternator, and jam it a bit, then slowly release the old belt, if it's as worn as mine was you'll be fine. Then simply run the new belt starting from the bottom up. There's a great diagram on the weblink below.

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SOURCE: car cuts off when at a stop

either theres a vacum leak, the mass air flow sensors bad, or the idle air control valve is clogged.

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SOURCE: fuse box location in a 99 land rover discovery

There are two fuse boxes. One in the engine compartment and one under the dash on passenger side.

You can find all parts for your Discovery here.

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SOURCE: Land Rover Freelander heater/fan switch not working

u need a Freelander Blower Fan Speed Repair Kit
go on e-bay Item number: 160320517862

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SOURCE: 2002 Land Rover Freelander radiator and air fan not working

there is a module mounted on the fan shroud that is a common problem. but as always, check fuses, connectors and grounds!

Posted on Feb 17, 2010

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