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Heater fan and front washer motor stopped working...

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Old 07-01-2014, 01:01 AM   #1
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Default Heater fan and front washer motor stopped working...

Hi Guys

Hopefully someone can help with this. Last week, both the heater fan and washer motor stopped working.

Car is an Audi A3, 2008 model 1.9TDI.

I've checked the fuses although there isn't a shared fuse.

From my research I assume it's a relay that is at fault, apparently there's a relay somewhere that controls both those 2 things so I assume this needs replacing.

Anyone have an idea which it is and where it is ? The only ones I know about are the ones in the fuse box near the battery but apparently the 1 i need is "Close and opposite" to the fuse box in the dash box. That's the best description i've found that says where it is!

Any help would be appreciated


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