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Oer! Heater Matrix replacement Mk2 m59
#1
Hi all..
So I gather it's a dash out job and tbh I'm dreading it. I don't really want to tackle it myself if I can avoid it. I've sourced one off eBay for £15.75 + £6 p+p. It's very cheap so I'm wondering what peoples opinions are on it
Thanks in advance... (on a side note, the thank you tab isn't showing! so can't thank you for any advice)
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/BERLINGO-DISPA...3f1f3c4553
Edit.. Just asking if anyone of you is interested in carrying out this heater matrix exchange?
I'm willing to bring the van to your place and will assist you, as long as it's no more than an hour or 2 away, or can be done on my drive, Mablethorpe area, will pay of course, feel free to pm me if you're interested.. cheers
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#2
Bump, see edit..
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#3
bump..anybody?
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#4
Sorry mate think you may be on your own with this one! Is a bit time consuming to say the least....

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(17-03-2014, 04:35 PM)adam3rdcanvey Wrote:  Sorry mate think you may be on your own with this one! Is a bit time consuming to say the least....

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Yeah quite agree, I was kinda hoping that there would be someone not too far from me who could do with a with the money tbh, oh well just thought I'd ask.. Might have a crack at it myself one of these days..ty
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#6
Have a go the Haynes manual is ok for this one. Plan a quiet weekend

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(17-03-2014, 05:25 PM)adam3rdcanvey Wrote:  Have a go the Haynes manual is ok for this one. Plan a quiet weekend

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Quiet weekend? The air may well be blue.:whistle:
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#8
just join the pipes together who needs the heater,apparently this british weather we are getting at the moment is the start of our summer so put it on hold till id say october
just a thoughtConfusedcratch:
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#9
I don't know, I stripped mine off from the BMW and after examining it closely it looked like hell of a job if I had the carpets on, the dash, the wiring, then just when I was about to pull it out I noticed a red wire that ran across connecting my main dials and the heater in the middle of all. So I had to actually cut the cable off and join it without a heater now. Removing those pipes and heater matrix revealed old dirty radiator and lots of liquid.

Here is why I think if the one in my Berlingo goes wrong eventually, I won't be repairing it:
It's not instant hot, it takes ages to demist the glass, it smells occasionally, it's another thing to go wrong, there are nicer instant camping 12v electric heaters, or hell go wild and get a gas heater. In fact if you have the Desire model, the top heater for the passengers is indeed electric one that you simply turn on. I have a feeling this is not the answer you seek but I'm just throwing it out there for other people that might be interested

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kx2tctAJQbQ
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#10
Bump lol..C'mon thought people were hard up! sure someone who's changed one b4 could do with the cash £125 quids up for grabs (thats srs money) for prob 4 hrs work....please form an orderly que Smile
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