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Heating and Ventilation HEATING AIR CONDITIONING D7F - E7J - F8Q ENGINES CANCELS AND REPLACES:
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HEATINGHeating and Ventilation AIR CONDITIONING D7F - E7J - F8Q ENGINES CANCELS AND REPLACES: - Section

AIR CONDITIONINGHeating and Ventilation HEATING D7F - E7J - F8Q ENGINES CANCELS AND REPLACES: - Section n

D7F - E7J - F8Q ENGINES

CANCELS AND REPLACES:

- Section n° 6 of M.R. 325 Part Number: 77 11 194 262 of JULY 1997,

- Technical Note n° 2871A Part Number: 77 11 197 147 of DECEMBER 1997.

77 11 198 230

FEBRUARY 1998

Edition Anglaise

"The repair methods given by the manufacturer in this document are based on the technical specifications current when it was prepared.

The methods may be modified as a result of changes by the manufacturer in the production of the various component units and accessories from which his vehicles are constructed".

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Copying or translating, in part or in full, of this document or use of the service part reference numbering system is forbidden without the prior written authority of Renault.

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EXPLODED VIEW PRO60.5

PRO60.5

Contents

Heating and Ventilation

 

Pages

HEATING  Pages Control panel 61-1 Control cables 61-2 Particle filter 61-3 Fan assembly (GMV) 61-4 Radiator

Control panel

61-1

Control cables

61-2

Particle filter

61-3

Fan assembly (GMV)

61-4

Radiator

61-5

Air distribution unit

61-6

AIR CONDITIONING(GMV) 61-4 Radiator 61-5 Air distribution unit 61-6 General 62-1 Fault finding - Introduction 62-3 Fault

General

62-1

Fault finding - Introduction

62-3

Fault finding - XR25 fiche

62-4

Fault finding - Interpretation of XR25 bargraphs

62-6

Fault finding - Customer complaints

62-18

Fault finding charts

62-19

Fault finding - Associated checks

62-43

Wiring diagram

62-44

Evaporator

62-48

Air blower unit

62-50

Compressor

62-51

Condenser

62-54

Pressure relief valve

62-55

Dehydration canister

62-56

Connecting pipes

62-57

Electrical control

62-60

Computer

62-61

HEATING Control panel

61
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REMOVAL

Disconnect the battery.

Remove:

- the ashtray,

- the mounting screws.

12963R
12963R

- the two screws securing the control panel to the dashboard.

12963R1
12963R1

Disconnect :

- control panel connector,

- the control cables for the rotator arms.

92224S

92224S

REFITTING

Refitting is carried out in reverse order to remo- val.

Check the adjustment of the air distribution and air mixing controls (refer to the section on "Control cables").

61 REFITTING Route the cable through the control panel loca- tion. Push back the flap
61
REFITTING
Route the cable through the control panel loca-
tion.
Push back the flap control to prevent the cable
from coming out of its location.
Fit securing clips (E) and (M).
92224R1
Fit the complete control panel without screwing it
in place.
On the bottom right-hand side
Fit the cable on to the mark.
Place the air distribution control on position
, place the heater control on the maxi-
mum cold position (blue mark) and check that the
flaps are at their end stop.

HEATING Control cables

REMOVAL

The control cables can be removed without remo- ving the dashboard.

Remove :

- the ashtray,

- the control unit.

In the bottom right-hand side of the passenger compartment

Remove the securing clip (E) (depending on which cable is to be replaced) :

-

from the hot/cold air flap control cable,

or

-

from the air distribution cable.

98815R
98815R
HEATING Particle filter 61 REPLACEMENT Refer to the Warranty and Servicing book for the vehicle.
HEATING
Particle filter
61
REPLACEMENT
Refer to the Warranty and Servicing book for the vehicle.
REMOVAL
Open the bonnet.
Remove :
- the air intake grille by freeing off the access flap clips,
- the water drainage channel,
- the nut (A) securing the particle filter to the bracket.
PRO61.1

REFITTING

Refitting is carried out in reverse order to removal.

Check to make sure that the water drainage channel is correctly fit- ted in place.

HEATING Fan assembly (GMV)

61
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REMOVAL

Disconnect the battery.

Remove :

- the windscreen wiper arms using tool Elé. 1294-01,

- the upper seal for the plenum chamber as well as the external air intake grille.

Disconnect the feed connector.

Remove the fan assembly mounting bolts.

PRO61.2
PRO61.2

Take out the fan assembly through the right-hand side of the plenum chamber.

REFITTING

Refitting is carried out in reverse order to remo- val.

Check the condition of the seal.

61 Fit a deflector and blow out the remaining liquid using compressed air. Remove the
61
Fit a deflector and blow out the remaining liquid
using compressed air.
Remove the heater pipe flange bolt on the bul-
khead.
Passenger compartment end
Unclip the four securing clips (E) and take out the
radiator.
98816R
REFITTING
Refitting is carried out in reverse order to remo-
val.
Fit two mounting bolts (F) onto the body of the
unit if the clips have broken.

HEATING

Radiator

REMOVAL

The radiator is removed after first removing the air blower unit, the dashboard and the air distri- bution unit.

Engine compartment end

Fit a hose clamp and disconnect the quick-release clamps from the heater hoses.

13084S
13084S

Other type of quick-release hose clamps.

13085S
13085S
61 Using adhesive tape, immobilise the rotor for the air bag switch. 12969-1R Remove :
61
Using adhesive tape, immobilise the rotor for the
air bag switch.
12969-1R
Remove :
- the ashtray,
- the two screws securing the heater control pa-
nel,
- the fuse holder plate securing screws (five
screws),
- the dashboard mounting nuts.
12965-1R
Unclip the wiring from the dashboard.
Remove the dashboard.

HEATING Air distribution unit

REMOVAL

Disconnect the battery.

Remove :

- the steering wheel bolt,

- the steering wheel after first placing the wheels in a straight line.

ATTENTION: Follow the recommendations contai- ned in section 88 relating to the AIR BAG system.

Remove :

- the steering wheel half-shell cowlings,

12971R
12971R

- the visor and the instrument panel,

- the switch stalk block assembly.

61 Fit a deflector and blow out the remaining liquid using compressed air. Remove :
61
Fit a deflector and blow out the remaining liquid
using compressed air.
Remove :
- the flange bolt from the heater pipes,
- the windscreen wiper arms using tool
Elé. 1294-01,
- the upper seal for the plenum chamber as well
as the external air intake grille,
- the blown air unit,
- the air distribution unit mounting bolt.
13069R3

HEATING Air distribution unit

Engine compartment end

Fit a hose clamp and disconnect the quick-release clamps from the heater hoses.

13084S
13084S

Other type of quick-release clamps.

13085S
13085S

HEATING Air distribution unit

61

In the passenger compartment

Remove :

- the air distribution unit,

- the heater unit radiator.

PRO61.3

PRO61.3

REFITTING

Check :

- that the wiring is correctly routed behind the dashboard,

- that the air ducts are correctly secured to pre- vent noises developing.

Change the steering wheel bolt (pre-bonded bolt, tightening torque : 4.5 daN.m).

IMPORTANT : Before reconnecting the AIR BAG cushion it is necessary to apply the air bag system operational check procedure :

• Check that the AIR BAG warning light on the instrument panel is illuminated when the igni- tion is switched on.

• Connect an inert ignition unit to the AIR BAG cushion connector and check that the warning light extinguishes.

• Switch off the ignition, connect the AIR BAG cushion in place of the inert ignition unit and secure the cushion on to the steering wheel.

• Switch on the ignition, check that the air bag warning light illuminates for three seconds when the ignition is switched on and then ex- tinguishes and remains extinguished.

If the warning light does not operate as indicated above, please consult section 88 of the workshop repair manual.

AIR CONDITIONING General

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AIR CONDITIONING General 62 91096-3R1 62-1

91096-3R1

AIR CONDITIONING General

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A Passenger compartment

B Engine compartment

C Exterior air

D To air mixing unit

E Scuttle panel grille

F Exterior or recirculated air

1 Compressor with variable capacity

2 Condenser

3 Dehydration canister

4 Pressure sensor

5 High pressure valve

6 Pressure relief valve

7 Evaporator

8 Low pressure valve

9 Heating/ventilation fan

10 Cooling fan

11 Engine radiator

12 High pressure fluid

13 Low pressure vapour

14 High pressure vapour

Consumables:

- Compressor oil

SANDEN SP 10: 135 cm 3 ± 15

- Coolant R134a: 650 g ± 35

- Compressor

SANDEN SD 7V 16

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ESTABLISHING XR25 / HEATING-VENTILATION CONTROL UNIT DIALOGUE

- Connect the XR25 to the diagnostic socket.

- ISO selector on S8

- Enter D17

PRECAUTION :

n.61

When carrying out checks using a multimeter, avoid using a contact tip on the connectors the size of which could damage the clips and result in poor contact.

ERASING THE MEMORY:

After repairing the air conditioning system, enter G0** on the XR25 keypad to erase the fault stored.

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PRESENTATION OF XR25 FICHE N° 61

ALL TYPES AIR CONDITIONING Fault finding - XR25 fiche 62 PRESENTATION OF XR25 FICHE N °
ALL TYPES AIR CONDITIONING Fault finding - XR25 fiche 62 PRESENTATION OF XR25 FICHE N °

FI21761

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REPRESENTATION OF BARGRAPHS

REPRESENTATION OF FAULTS (always on a coloured background) If illuminated, this indicates a fault on
REPRESENTATION OF FAULTS (always on a coloured background)
If illuminated, this indicates a fault on the component in question, the associated text defines
the fault.
REPRESENTATION OF STATUS (always on a white background)
Illuminates when dialogue is established with the component computer, if it remains
extinguished:
- the code does not exist,
- there is an equipment, computer or line fault.
Engine stopped, ignition on, no operator action
The status bargraphs on the fiche are represented as they should appear with the engine stopped, ignition
on and no operator action.
- If on the fiche, the bargraph is represented
the XR25 should display
- If on the fiche, the bargraph is represented
the XR25 should display
- If on the fiche, the bargraph is represented
the XR25 should display
either
or
Engine running
Extinguished when the function or condition described on the fiche is no longer carried out.
Illuminated when the function or condition described on the fiche is carried out.

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1

1

Left-hand bargraph 1 illuminated

COMPUTER FAULT

Fiche n° 61

NOTES

None.

Change the air conditioning control unit.

AFTER

REPAIR

Enter G0** on the XR25. Check that the system operates correctly.

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1

1
1

Right-hand bargraph 1 extinguished

XR25 / CONTROL UNIT COMMUNICATION

Fiche n° 61

NOTES

None.

Before establishing communication between the XR25 and the control unit, check that you have switched on the ignition.

Ensure that the XR25 is not the cause of the fault by trying to communicate with a computer on another vehicle.

Check that the ISO interface is in position S8 and that you are using the latest version of the XR25 cassette and the correct access code (D 17).

Check the battery voltage (U > 10.5 volts). Recharge the battery if necessary.

Check that the control unit connectors are engaged correctly.

Check that the air conditioning control unit is supplied correctly:

- earth on track 4 of the red 15-way connector -+ after ignition on track 1 of the blue 30-way connector -+ after ignition on track 6 of the red 15-way connector -+ fuse board on track 5 of the red 15-way connector

Check that the diagnostic socket is supplied correctly:

track K track L track 6 track 3 of the air conditioning control unit blue

track K

track L

track 6 track 3
track 6 track 3

track 6

track 3

track K track L track 6 track 3 of the air conditioning control unit blue 30-way

of the air conditioning control unit

blue 30-way connector

If there is still no dialogue between the XR25 and the control unit, change the air conditioning control unit.

AFTER

REPAIR

You may begin the fault finding procedure.

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2

2

Left-hand bargraph 2 illuminated

COOLANT SENSOR

XR 25 assistance:

*02

: 2 def = low level 1 def = high level

Fiche n° 61

NOTES

None.

Low level

Check that the coolant sensor connector is correctly engaged.

Engage the connector correctly if necessary.

Check the continuity and insulation from earth of the electrical wiring between tracks A, B and C of the sensor and tracks 9, 10 and 11 of the air conditioning control unit 30-way connector (sensor supplied with 5 V).

Repair the faulty electrical wiring.

Connect the XR25 and enter # 16. Measure the coolant pressure. The low pressure should be less than or equal to 2 bars.

Is it correct?

YES

NO

Change the coolant pressure sensor.

Top up the coolant.

AFTER

Enter G0** on the XR25. Check that the system operates correctly.

REPAIR

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2

2 CONT

CONT

2 CONT

High level

Check that the coolant sensor connector is correctly engaged.

Engage the connector correctly if necessary.

Check the condition of the electrical wiring between tracks A, B and C of the sensor and tracks 9, 10 and 11 of the air conditioning control unit 30-way connector (sensor supplied with 5 V).

Repair the faulty electrical wiring.

Connect the XR25 and enter # 16. Measure the coolant pressure. The high pressure should be less than or equal to 28 bars.

Is it correct?

YES

NO

Change the coolant pressure sensor.

Top up the coolant.

AFTER

Enter G0** on the XR25. Check that the system operates correctly.

REPAIR

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4

4

Left-hand bargraph 4 illuminated

COMPRESSOR CONTROL

Fiche n° 61

XR25 assistance :

C.O.

open circuit

C.C.1

short circuit to 12 volts

NOTES

Before any removal, enter G0** on the XR25 and reinitialise the system.

Enter G21* on the XR25 to control the compressor.

Does the compressor cut in?

YES

Using the XR25, check the pressure of the circuit (# 16). At an ambient temperature of approximately 20 °C, a pressure of between 2 and 28 bars should be measured.

 

Is the pressure between these values?

YES

Change the clutch.

NO

Top up the coolant circuit. Repair the circuit if necessary.

If left-hand bargraph 4 remains permanently illuminated, change the clutch.

If left-hand bargraph 4 still remains permanently illuminated, change the compressor.

NO

Refer to Left-hand bargraph 4 illuminated, CONT 1.

AFTER

Enter G0** on the XR25. Check that the system operates correctly.

REPAIR

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4

4 CONT 1

CONT 1

4 CONT 1

Check that 12 volts is present on track 1 of the clutch connector.

Is 12 volts present?

YES

Check the condition of the compressor earth.

 

Is the compressor earth in good condition?

YES

Check the continuity and absence of short circuits of the electrical wiring between the clutch and the compressor.

If the electrical wiring is faulty, repair it.

If the electrical wiring is in good condition, change the compressor.

NO

Repair the compressor earth.

NO

Check the continuity and absence of short circuits of the electrical wiring between track 1 of the clutch and tracks 2 and 17 of the air conditioning control unit 30-way connector.

 

Repair the electrical wiring if necessary.

For petrol vehicles:

Use the XR25 fiche which corresponds to the vehicle. With the engine running, operate the AC then check on the XR25 fiche whether the "Compression authorised or prohibited" status bargraph is illuminated.

Is the bargraph illuminated?

YES

Check and repair the electrical wiring.

NO

Refer to Left-hand bargraph 4 illuminated, cont 2.

AFTER

Enter G0** on the XR25. Check that the system operates correctly.

REPAIR

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4

4 CONT 2

CONT 2

4 CONT 2

For petrol vehicles:

Use the XR25 injection fiche which corresponds to the vehicle. With the engine running, operate the AC then check on the XR25 fiche whether the " AC authorisation" status bargraph is illuminated.

Is the bargraph illuminated?

YES

There is a problem at the injection end. Refer to the injection fault finding procedure which corresponds to the vehicle.

NO

Check the continuity and absence of short circuits of the electrical wiring.

 

Repair if necessary.

Check that 12 volts is present on tracks 2 and 17 of the air conditioning control unit 30-way connector.

Is 12 volts present?

YES

There is a problem at the injection end. Refer to the injection fault finding procedure which corresponds to the vehicle.

NO

Check whether the evaporator temperature sensor is in place. Check its resistance: disconnect the evaporator temperature sensor and measure the resistance at its terminals. The resistance measured should be between 90 ohms and 13.7 kohms.

If the evaporator temperature sensor is in good condition, change the air conditioning control unit.

If the evaporator temperature sensor is not in good condition, change it.

AFTER

Enter G0** on the XR25. Check that the system operates correctly.

REPAIR

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4

4

Right-hand bargraph 4 illuminated

AIR RECIRCULATION MOTOR

Fiche n° 61

NOTES

This fault only appears on the XR25 if air recirculation is selected.

Check the condition of the air recirculation flap control motor. On the motor connector, measure
Check the condition of the air recirculation flap control motor.
On the motor connector, measure the resistance between the two tracks.
Change the recirculation motor if necessary.
Check the condition of the electrical wiring between tracks:
control
A2
3
panel
air conditioning control unit
red 15-way connector
Repair if necessary.
Check the continuity and insulation from earth and from 12 volts of the electrical wiring between tracks:
air recirculation
B2
air conditioning control unit
27
motor connector
B3
blue 30-way connector
26
Repair the faulty electrical wiring.
If the fault persists, change the air conditioning control unit.

AFTER

Enter G0** on the XR25. Check that the system operates correctly.

REPAIR

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6

6

Left-hand bargraph 6 illuminated

FAN ASSEMBLY (2) CONTROL

Fiche n° 61

XR25 assistance :

C.O.

open circuit

C.C.1

short circuit to 12 volts

NOTES

Check that the air conditioning has been selected. Check that right-hand bargraph 6 is extinguished, if it is not, deal with right-hand bargraph 6 first. Enter G0** on the XR25. If left-hand bargraph 6 remains illuminated, you can begin the fault finding procedure.

Check the condition of the earth of fan assembly (2) (the relay is controlled by 0 volt). Repair the fan assembly earth if necessary.

Connect the XR25 and enter # 16. Check that the coolant pressure is approximately 20 bars.

If it is not, top up the coolant (operation of the cooling fan assembly is dependent on the coolant pressure).

Check the condition of the wiring between the relay of fan assembly (2) and track 10 of the injection computer.

Repair it if necessary.

Check the operating status of the relay by entering G23* on the XR25. The fan assembly should be heard to knock.

Is the fan assembly heard to knock?

YES

NO

Check the continuity and insulation from 12 volts of the electrical wiring between track F2 and track 23 of the air conditioning control unit 30-way connector.

Repair the faulty electrical wiring.

Change the relay of fan assembly (2).

AFTER

Enter G0** on the XR25. Check that the system operates correctly.

REPAIR

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6

6

Right-hand bargraph 6 illuminated

FAN ASSEMBLY (1) CONTROL

Fiche n° 61

XR25 assistance:

C.O.

open circuit

C.C.1

short circuit to 12 volts

NOTES

Check that the air conditioning has been selected. Enter G0** on the XR25. If right-hand bargraph 6 remains illuminated, you can begin the fault finding procedure.

Check that the air conditioning is operating.

Fan assembly (1) is controlled from the time the air conditioning is switched on.

Check the condition of the earth of fan assembly (1) (the relay is controlled by 0 volt). Repair the fan assembly earth if necessary.

Connect the XR25 and enter #16. Check that the coolant pressure is approximately 10 bars. If it is not, top up the coolant (operation of the cooling fan assembly is dependent on the coolant pressure).

Check the operating status of the relay by entering G22* on the XR25. The fan assembly should be heard to knock.

Is the fan assembly heard to knock?

YES

Check the continuity and insulation from 12 volts of the electrical wiring between track M2 and track 22 of the air conditioning control unit 30-way connector.

 

Repair the faulty electrical wiring.

NO

Change the relay of fan assembly (1).

AFTER

Enter G0** on the XR25. Check that the system operates correctly.

REPAIR

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7

7
7

Incorrect illumination of left-hand bargraph 7

+ 12 accessories

Fiche n° 61

NOTES

This bargraph is illuminated outside the starting phase. If it is not illuminated, the compressor and the fan assemblies will not be controlled.

Check the condition of the + fuse board fuse.

Repair it if necessary.

Check the condition of the electrical wiring between track A26 of the fuse box and track B1 of the air conditioning control panel.

Repair the faulty wiring if necessary.

AFTER

REPAIR

Check that the system operates correctly.

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13

13

Left-hand bargraph 13 illuminated

AIR CONDITIONING PROHIBITED BY INJECTION

Fiche n° 61

NOTES

This bargraph should be extinguished when the engine is running. If it is illuminated, you can begin the fault finding procedure.

First check that the air conditioning has been selected (selection on the control panel).

Check the continuity of the electrical wiring between track 5 of the injection computer and track 13 of the air conditioning control unit 30-way connector (P.A. information).

Repair it if necessary.

Check the continuity of the electrical wiring between:

- track 51 of the injection computer and track 18 of the AC computer 30-way connector for D7F and E7J engines,

- track 19 of the injection computer and track 18 of the AC computer 30-way connector for F8Q engines.

Repair it if necessary.

If the problem persists, check the injection fault finding procedure, as it is a problem related to the injection.

AFTER

REPAIR

Check that the system operates correctly.

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Air distribution problem

 

CHART 1

 

Air flow problem

CHART 2

 
 

Heater performance poor

CHART 3

 
 

No heat

CHART 4

 

Too hot

CHART 5

 

Heating inadequate in the rear

 

CHART 6

   

Deicing/demisting performance poor

CHART 7

 

Ventilation performance poor

 

CHART 8

   

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT FAN DOES NOT OPERATE

 

CHART 9

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT INCONVENIENCE

 
     

CHART 10

 

Controls stiff

 

RECIRCULATION FLAP DOES NOT OPERATE

   

CHART 11

AIR CONDITIONING PROBLEMS

 
   

CHART 12

 

No cold air

CHART 13

 

Too cold

 

Performance poor

 

CHART 14

   

COOLING FAN ASSEMBLY DOES NOT OPERATE

 

CHART 15

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CHART 1

AIR DISTRIBUTION PROBLEMS

NOTES

Before carrying out any work, check that the customer uses the air conditioning correctly. Non regulated air conditioning.

Place the passenger compartment fan on full, temperature control on maximum heat or maximum cold,

Place the passenger compartment fan on full, temperature control on maximum heat or maximum cold, and move the air distribution control. Check that the air output corresponds to the selection. Is it correct?

cold, and move the air distribution control. Check that the air output corresponds to the selection.
cold, and move the air distribution control. Check that the air output corresponds to the selection.

no

cold, and move the air distribution control. Check that the air output corresponds to the selection.
cold, and move the air distribution control. Check that the air output corresponds to the selection.
cold, and move the air distribution control. Check that the air output corresponds to the selection.
cold, and move the air distribution control. Check that the air output corresponds to the selection.
cold, and move the air distribution control. Check that the air output corresponds to the selection.
cold, and move the air distribution control. Check that the air output corresponds to the selection.
Check visually or by touch, on the right-hand side of the air distribution unit, that
Check visually or by touch, on the right-hand
side of the air distribution unit,
that moving the control
moves the sprockets
and the lever.
Do they move?
no
Check the connection of the cable
to the air distribution unit
and the control panel
and check the condition of the cable and its
retainer. Is it correct?

yes

yes

of the cable and its retainer. Is it correct? yes yes The air distribution is correct.

The air distribution is correct.

If necessary, explain how the system works to the customer again.

explain how the system works to the customer again. Check the adjustment of the air distribution

Check the adjustment of the air distribution

flap control cable.

the adjustment of the air distribution flap control cable. In the case of a ventilation problem,

In the case of a ventilation problem, check the ventilation ducts and the vents. Repair if necessary.

the ventilation ducts and the vents. Repair if necessary. If the fault persists, remove the air

If the fault persists, remove the air distribution unit and check the distribution flaps. Repair or change the assembly.

no

the distribution flaps. Repair or change the assembly. no Change the control cable or repair the

Change the control cable or repair the connection of the cable (clip)

or change the faulty part (control panel or distribution unit).

yes

A
A

AFTER

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Check that the system operates correctly.

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CHART 1

CONT

CHART 1 CONT
CHART 1 CONT
A
A

Check the condition of the kinematic

(sprockets, levers

)

on the air distribution

unit and the control panel. Is it correct?

yes

distribution unit and the control panel. Is it correct? yes Remove the air distribution unit and

Remove the air distribution unit and check the distribution flaps. Repair or change the unit.

no

check the distribution flaps. Repair or change the unit. no Repair if possible, otherwise change the

Repair if possible, otherwise change the distribution unit or the control panel.

AFTER

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CHART 2

AIR FLOW PROBLEM

NOTES

Before carrying out any work, check that the customer uses the air conditioning correctly. Non regulated air conditioning.

Does the passenger compartment fan operate?

Does the passenger compartment fan operate?

Does the passenger compartment fan operate?
Does the passenger compartment fan operate?
Does the passenger compartment fan operate?
Does the passenger compartment fan operate?
Does the passenger compartment fan operate?
Does the passenger compartment fan operate?

yes

Does the passenger compartment fan operate? yes Check the air intake circuit, scuttle panel grille, particle
Check the air intake circuit, scuttle panel grille, particle filter, rain shield. Are they correct?

Check the air intake circuit, scuttle panel grille, particle filter, rain shield. Are they correct?

Check the air intake circuit, scuttle panel grille, particle filter, rain shield. Are they correct?
Check the air intake circuit, scuttle panel grille, particle filter, rain shield. Are they correct?
Check the air intake circuit, scuttle panel grille, particle filter, rain shield. Are they correct?
Check the air intake circuit, scuttle panel grille, particle filter, rain shield. Are they correct?
Check the air intake circuit, scuttle panel grille, particle filter, rain shield. Are they correct?
Check the air intake circuit, scuttle panel grille, particle filter, rain shield. Are they correct?

yes

Check that the air extraction circuit is not blocked. Repair if necessary. Does the fault
Check that the air extraction circuit
is not blocked.
Repair if necessary.
Does the fault persist?

yes

blocked. Repair if necessary. Does the fault persist? yes Is it a passenger compartment air distribution
Is it a passenger compartment air distribution problem?

Is it a passenger compartment air distribution problem?

Is it a passenger compartment air distribution problem?
Is it a passenger compartment air distribution problem?
Is it a passenger compartment air distribution problem?
Is it a passenger compartment air distribution problem?
Is it a passenger compartment air distribution problem?
Is it a passenger compartment air distribution problem?

no

Is it a passenger compartment air distribution problem? no Remove the heater radiator. It must be

Remove the heater radiator. It must be blocked, clean or change it (only valid for vehicles which have been driven without the particle filter).

no

no See CHART 9.

See CHART 9.

no

no Repair or clean or change the particle filter.

Repair or clean or change the particle filter.

no

no End of fault finding.

End of fault finding.

yes

yes See CHART 1.

See CHART 1.

AFTER

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CHART 3

HEATER PERFORMANCE POOR

NOTES

Before carrying out any work, check that the customer uses the air conditioning correctly. Non regulated air conditioning.

Carry out a road test to observe the customer complaints. Is the test satisfactory?

Carry out a road test to observe the customer complaints. Is the test satisfactory?

Carry out a road test to observe the customer complaints. Is the test satisfactory?
Carry out a road test to observe the customer complaints. Is the test satisfactory?
Carry out a road test to observe the customer complaints. Is the test satisfactory?
Carry out a road test to observe the customer complaints. Is the test satisfactory?
Carry out a road test to observe the customer complaints. Is the test satisfactory?
Carry out a road test to observe the customer complaints. Is the test satisfactory?
no Visually check that the action of the control moves the mixing flap. Does the
no
Visually check that
the action of the control moves
the mixing flap.
Does the flap move?
yes
Visually check
whether the flap travel is complete.
Is it complete?
yes
Check the cooling circuit
(correct filling and bleeding),
the condition of the circuit (pipes,
connections, conformity
of the circuit
).
Repair if necessary.
Does the fault persist?
yes
A
 

Advise the customer how to use the heating system correctly

yes

yes (eg. : Do not place the passenger compartment fan on full when starting from cold,

(eg. : Do not place the passenger compartment fan on full when starting from cold, turn it up gradually instead).

no

no See CHART 1.

See CHART 1.

 

Readjust the control cable

no

no (cable which controls the sprockets to the right of the air distribution unit).

(cable which controls the sprockets to the right of the air distribution unit).

no

no End of fault finding.

End of fault finding.

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CHART 3

CONT

CHART 3 CONT
CHART 3 CONT
A
A
With the engine cold, remove the engine coolant thermostat and check that it is not

With the engine cold, remove the engine coolant thermostat and check that it is not jammed in the open position. Is it correct?

the engine cold, remove the engine coolant thermostat and check that it is not jammed in
the engine cold, remove the engine coolant thermostat and check that it is not jammed in
the engine cold, remove the engine coolant thermostat and check that it is not jammed in
the engine cold, remove the engine coolant thermostat and check that it is not jammed in
the engine cold, remove the engine coolant thermostat and check that it is not jammed in
the engine cold, remove the engine coolant thermostat and check that it is not jammed in

yes

it is not jammed in the open position. Is it correct? yes Check that there is

Check that there is no unwanted intake of cold air into the passenger compartment

(seals, grommets, cables Repair if necessary Does the fault persist?

).

yes

Check the air inlets (particle filter) and outlets. Partially blocked air inlets or outlets reduce
Check the air inlets (particle filter)
and outlets.
Partially blocked air inlets or outlets
reduce the flow of heated air
into the
passenger compartment.
Repair if necessary.
Does the fault persist?

yes

Repair if necessary. Does the fault persist? yes The heater radiator must be blocked. Remove the

The heater radiator must be blocked. Remove the radiator and clean or change it (only valid for vehicles which have been driven without the particle filter).

no

Change the thermostat. .

no

End of fault finding.no

no

End of fault finding.no

AFTER

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CHART 4

NO HEAT

NOTES

Before carrying out any work, check that the customer uses the air conditioning correctly. Non regulated air conditioning.

Is it an air flow problem?

Is it an air flow problem?

Is it an air flow problem?
Is it an air flow problem?
Is it an air flow problem?
Is it an air flow problem?
Is it an air flow problem?
Is it an air flow problem?
Is it an air flow problem?

no

regulated air conditioning. Is it an air flow problem? no Check the level of coolant in
Check the level of coolant in the cooling circuit. NOTE : if the coolant level

Check the level of coolant in the cooling circuit. NOTE: if the coolant level is too low, the cir- cuit may become unprimed when driving at low load and at idle. Repair if necessary. Does the fault persist?

low, the cir- cuit may become unprimed when driving at low load and at idle. Repair
low, the cir- cuit may become unprimed when driving at low load and at idle. Repair
low, the cir- cuit may become unprimed when driving at low load and at idle. Repair
low, the cir- cuit may become unprimed when driving at low load and at idle. Repair
low, the cir- cuit may become unprimed when driving at low load and at idle. Repair
low, the cir- cuit may become unprimed when driving at low load and at idle. Repair

yes

Visually check that moving the control moves the mixing flap. Does it move? yes Check
Visually check that moving the control
moves the mixing flap.
Does it move?
yes
Check the coolant circuit.
NOTE: fitting an oil, water or air cooler which
has not been approved by the research centre
and which is incorrectly connected may re-
duce or even stop the flow of coolant in the
heater radiator.
Repair the coolant circuit if necessary.
Does the fault persist?

yes

coolant circuit if necessary. Does the fault persist? yes Remove the heater radiator. Clean or change

Remove the heater radiator. Clean or change it if necessary.

yes

yes See CHART 2.

See CHART 2.

no

no End of fault finding.

End of fault finding.

no

no See CHART 1.

See CHART 1.

no

no End of fault finding.

End of fault finding.

AFTER

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CHART 5

TOO HOT

NOTES

Before carrying out any work, check that the customer uses the air conditioning correctly. Non regulated air conditioning.

Visually check that moving the control moves the mixing flap. Does it move?

Visually check that moving the control moves the mixing flap. Does it move?

Visually check that moving the control moves the mixing flap. Does it move?
Visually check that moving the control moves the mixing flap. Does it move?
Visually check that moving the control moves the mixing flap. Does it move?
Visually check that moving the control moves the mixing flap. Does it move?
Visually check that moving the control moves the mixing flap. Does it move?
Visually check that moving the control moves the mixing flap. Does it move?

yes

moving the control moves the mixing flap. Does it move? yes Check that the flap travel
Check that the flap travel is complete. Is the travel complete?

Check that the flap travel is complete. Is the travel complete?

Check that the flap travel is complete. Is the travel complete?
Check that the flap travel is complete. Is the travel complete?
Check that the flap travel is complete. Is the travel complete?
Check that the flap travel is complete. Is the travel complete?
Check that the flap travel is complete. Is the travel complete?
Check that the flap travel is complete. Is the travel complete?

yes

the flap travel is complete. Is the travel complete? yes Check the operation of the recirculation
Check the operation of the recirculation flap. Is it jammed in the recirculation position?

Check the operation of the recirculation flap. Is it jammed in the recirculation position?

Check the operation of the recirculation flap. Is it jammed in the recirculation position?
Check the operation of the recirculation flap. Is it jammed in the recirculation position?
Check the operation of the recirculation flap. Is it jammed in the recirculation position?
Check the operation of the recirculation flap. Is it jammed in the recirculation position?
Check the operation of the recirculation flap. Is it jammed in the recirculation position?
Check the operation of the recirculation flap. Is it jammed in the recirculation position?

no

flap. Is it jammed in the recirculation position? no Check the operation of the engine coolant

Check the operation of the engine coolant thermostat. Change the thermostat if necessary.

no

no See CHART 1.

See CHART 1.

no

no Readjust the cable (to the right of the air distribution unit).

Readjust the cable (to the right of the air distribution unit).

yes

yes See CHART 11.

See CHART 11.

AFTER

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CHART 6

HEATING INADEQUATE IN THE REAR

NOTES

None.

Check that the air inlets at the rear of the centre console are not blocked.

(floor carpet

).

Are they correct?

yes

are not blocked. (floor carpet ). Are they correct? yes Remove the centre console and check

Remove the centre console and check that the connection and sealing between the air distribution unit and the heating duct to the rear seats is correct. Repair if necessary.

no

duct to the rear seats is correct. Repair if necessary. no Free the air outlets. AFTER

Free the air outlets.

AFTER

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CHART 7

DEICING/DEMISTING PERFORMANCE POOR

NOTES

Check that the windows are clean on the inside.

Check that the air extractors are not blocked. Repair if necessary. Does the fault persist?

Check that the air extractors are not blocked. Repair if necessary. Does the fault persist?

Check that the air extractors are not blocked. Repair if necessary. Does the fault persist?
Check that the air extractors are not blocked. Repair if necessary. Does the fault persist?
Check that the air extractors are not blocked. Repair if necessary. Does the fault persist?
Check that the air extractors are not blocked. Repair if necessary. Does the fault persist?
Check that the air extractors are not blocked. Repair if necessary. Does the fault persist?
Check that the air extractors are not blocked. Repair if necessary. Does the fault persist?

yes

Ensure that there are no water leaks into the passenger compartment which would significantly increase
Ensure that there are no water leaks into the
passenger compartment which would
significantly increase the humidity level and
reduce the effectiveness of the demisting.
Locate the leak and repair it.
Does the fault persist?

yes

Locate the leak and repair it. Does the fault persist? yes Is it an air distribution
Is it an air distribution problem?

Is it an air distribution problem?

Is it an air distribution problem?
Is it an air distribution problem?
Is it an air distribution problem?
Is it an air distribution problem?
Is it an air distribution problem?
Is it an air distribution problem?

no

the fault persist? yes Is it an air distribution problem? no Is it an air flow
Is it an air flow problem?

Is it an air flow problem?

Is it an air flow problem?
Is it an air flow problem?
Is it an air flow problem?
Is it an air flow problem?
Is it an air flow problem?
Is it an air flow problem?

no

air distribution problem? no Is it an air flow problem? no Is it a heater performance
Is it a heater performance problem?

Is it a heater performance problem?

Is it a heater performance problem?
Is it a heater performance problem?
Is it a heater performance problem?
Is it a heater performance problem?
Is it a heater performance problem?
Is it a heater performance problem?

no

air flow problem? no Is it a heater performance problem? no Check that the recirculation flap

Check that the recirculation flap is not jammed in the recirculated air position (see CHART 11). Repair if necessary.

no

no End of fault finding.

End of fault finding.

no

no End of fault finding.

End of fault finding.

yes

yes See CHART 1.

See CHART 1.

yes

yes S ee CHART 2.

See CHART 2.

yes

yes See CHART 3.

See CHART 3.

AFTER

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CHART 8

VENTILATION PERFORMANCE POOR

NOTES

None.

Is it an air flow problem?

 
Is it an air flow problem?   See CHART 2.

See CHART 2.

yes

no

Is it an air flow problem?   See CHART 2. yes no Is it an air

Is it an air distribution problem?

 
Is it an air distribution problem?   See CHART 1.

See CHART 1.

yes

no

an air distribution problem?   See CHART 1. yes no Check that the mixing flap travel

Check that the mixing flap travel is complete. Is is correct?

 
 
  End of fault finding.

End of fault finding.

yes

no

correct?     End of fault finding. yes no Readjust the cable. AFTER Check that the

Readjust the cable.

AFTER

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CHART 9

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT FAN DOES NOT OPERATE

NOTES

Before carrying out any work, check that the customer uses the air conditioning correctly. Non regulated air conditioning.

Check fuses +battery, +fuse board, +side lights. Are the fuses in good condition?

Check fuses +battery, +fuse board, +side lights. Are the fuses in good condition?

Check fuses +battery, +fuse board, +side lights. Are the fuses in good condition?
Check fuses +battery, +fuse board, +side lights. Are the fuses in good condition?
Check fuses +battery, +fuse board, +side lights. Are the fuses in good condition?
Check fuses +battery, +fuse board, +side lights. Are the fuses in good condition?
Check fuses +battery, +fuse board, +side lights. Are the fuses in good condition?
Check fuses +battery, +fuse board, +side lights. Are the fuses in good condition?

yes

board, +side lights. Are the fuses in good condition? yes Check the connections between the fuses
Check the connections between the fuses and the instrument panel connector. Repair if necessary. Does

Check the connections between the fuses and the instrument panel connector. Repair if necessary. Does the fault persist?

Check the connections between the fuses and the instrument panel connector. Repair if necessary. Does the
Check the connections between the fuses and the instrument panel connector. Repair if necessary. Does the
Check the connections between the fuses and the instrument panel connector. Repair if necessary. Does the
Check the connections between the fuses and the instrument panel connector. Repair if necessary. Does the
Check the connections between the fuses and the instrument panel connector. Repair if necessary. Does the
Check the connections between the fuses and the instrument panel connector. Repair if necessary. Does the

yes

connector. Repair if necessary. Does the fault persist? yes With the ignition on and the air

With the ignition on and the air conditioning selected, position the ventilation at the various speeds and check that 12 V is present on the tracks of the control panel connector:

- B5 in position 1,

- B4 in position 2,

- B2 in position 3,

- B3 in position 4. Is 12 V present?

yes

in position 3, - B3 in position 4. Is 12 V present? yes Check the condition

Check the condition of the wiring between:

 
  B2 A2  

B2

  B2 A2  

A2

  B2 A2  
 

control

B3

A1

resistance

panel

B4

C4

unit

B5

C1

Is the wiring in good condition?

yes A
yes
A

no

no

no

no

C1 Is the wiring in good condition? yes A no no no no Change the faulty

Change the faulty fuse(s).C1 Is the wiring in good condition? yes A no no no no End of fault

condition? yes A no no no no Change the faulty fuse(s). End of fault finding. Change

End of fault finding.condition? yes A no no no no Change the faulty fuse(s). Change the control panel. Repair

no no no no Change the faulty fuse(s). End of fault finding. Change the control panel.

Change the control panel.no no no no Change the faulty fuse(s). End of fault finding. Repair the faulty electrical

fuse(s). End of fault finding. Change the control panel. Repair the faulty electrical wiring. AFTER Check

Repair the faulty electrical wiring.fuse(s). End of fault finding. Change the control panel. AFTER Check that the components which were

AFTER

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CHART 9

CONT

CHART 9 CONT
CHART 9 CONT
A
A
Supply the fan with 0 and 12 V. Does the fan operate?

Supply the fan with 0 and 12 V. Does the fan operate?

Supply the fan with 0 and 12 V. Does the fan operate?
Supply the fan with 0 and 12 V. Does the fan operate?
Supply the fan with 0 and 12 V. Does the fan operate?
Supply the fan with 0 and 12 V. Does the fan operate?
Supply the fan with 0 and 12 V. Does the fan operate?
Supply the fan with 0 and 12 V. Does the fan operate?

yes

A Supply the fan with 0 and 12 V. Does the fan operate? yes Check the
Check the condition of the electrical wiring between the the fan and tracks A1 and

Check the condition of the electrical wiring between the the fan and tracks A1 and A2 of the resistor unit connector at the fan end. Is the wiring in good condition?

between the the fan and tracks A1 and A2 of the resistor unit connector at the
between the the fan and tracks A1 and A2 of the resistor unit connector at the
between the the fan and tracks A1 and A2 of the resistor unit connector at the
between the the fan and tracks A1 and A2 of the resistor unit connector at the
between the the fan and tracks A1 and A2 of the resistor unit connector at the
between the the fan and tracks A1 and A2 of the resistor unit connector at the

yes

at the fan end. Is the wiring in good condition? yes Change the resistor unit. no

Change the resistor unit.

no

Change the fan.no

no

Repair the electrical wiring.no

AFTER

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CHART 10

CONTROLS STIFF (passenger compartment inconvenience)

NOTES

None.

Check the travel of the control cable. Remove any constraints on it:

-

- cable clamped with plastic clips. Change it if necessary. Does the fault persist?

bending,

yes

Change it if necessary. Does the fault persist? bending, yes Unclip the cable from the side
Unclip the cable from the side of the unit and check the stiffness of movement

Unclip the cable from the side of the unit and check the stiffness of movement of each component, control button and flap control on the air distribution unit. Is it correct?

the stiffness of movement of each component, control button and flap control on the air distribution
the stiffness of movement of each component, control button and flap control on the air distribution
the stiffness of movement of each component, control button and flap control on the air distribution
the stiffness of movement of each component, control button and flap control on the air distribution
the stiffness of movement of each component, control button and flap control on the air distribution
the stiffness of movement of each component, control button and flap control on the air distribution

yes

control on the air distribution unit. Is it correct? yes Change the flap control cable. no

Change the flap control cable.

no

End of fault finding.no

Change the control panel or repair the

no

kinematic of the flap or change the air distribution unit.no

AFTER

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CHART 11

RECIRCULATION FLAP DOES NOT OPERATE

NOTES

Before carrying out any work, check that the customer uses the air conditioning correctly. Non regulated air conditioning.

First of all check the condition of fuses +battery, + fuse board, +after ignition. Change

First of all check the condition of fuses +battery, + fuse board, +after ignition. Change them if necessary.

First of all check the condition of fuses +battery, + fuse board, +after ignition. Change them
First of all check the condition of fuses +battery, + fuse board, +after ignition. Change them
First of all check the condition of fuses +battery, + fuse board, +after ignition. Change them
First of all check the condition of fuses +battery, + fuse board, +after ignition. Change them
+ fuse board, +after ignition. Change them if necessary. Check the condition of the electrical wiring

Check the condition of the electrical wiring between:

control

A2
A2
 
control A2   computer

computer

panel

3

15-way

connector

Is the wiring in good condition?

   

yes

Is the wiring in good condition?     yes With the ignition on and air recirculation
With the ignition on and air recirculation selected, check that 12 V is present on

With the ignition on and air recirculation selected, check that 12 V is present on track A2 of the control panel. Is 12 V present?

ignition on and air recirculation selected, check that 12 V is present on track A2 of
ignition on and air recirculation selected, check that 12 V is present on track A2 of
ignition on and air recirculation selected, check that 12 V is present on track A2 of
ignition on and air recirculation selected, check that 12 V is present on track A2 of
ignition on and air recirculation selected, check that 12 V is present on track A2 of
ignition on and air recirculation selected, check that 12 V is present on track A2 of

yes

on track A2 of the control panel. Is 12 V present? yes Check the insulation and

Check the insulation and continuity of the electrical wiring between:

computer

26 B3 27 B2

26 B3

27 B2

computer 26 B3 27 B2 resistance

resistance

blue 30-way

unit

connector

connector

Is the wiring in good condition?

yes A
yes
A

no

no

no

Is the wiring in good condition? yes A no no no Repair the faulty wiring. Change

Repair the faulty wiring.Is the wiring in good condition? yes A no no no Change the control panel. Repair

in good condition? yes A no no no Repair the faulty wiring. Change the control panel.

Change the control panel.in good condition? yes A no no no Repair the faulty wiring. Repair the faulty electrical

no no no Repair the faulty wiring. Change the control panel. Repair the faulty electrical wiring.

Repair the faulty electrical wiring.no no no Repair the faulty wiring. Change the control panel. AFTER Check that the components

AFTER

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CHART 11

CONT

CHART 11 CONT
CHART 11 CONT
A
A
Check the electrical wiring between the recirculation motor and the resistor unit. Is it in

Check the electrical wiring between the recirculation motor and the resistor unit. Is it in good condition?

Check the electrical wiring between the recirculation motor and the resistor unit. Is it in good
Check the electrical wiring between the recirculation motor and the resistor unit. Is it in good
Check the electrical wiring between the recirculation motor and the resistor unit. Is it in good
Check the electrical wiring between the recirculation motor and the resistor unit. Is it in good
Check the electrical wiring between the recirculation motor and the resistor unit. Is it in good
Check the electrical wiring between the recirculation motor and the resistor unit. Is it in good

yes

motor and the resistor unit. Is it in good condition? yes Check that the recirculation flap
Check that the recirculation flap control sprockets are in good condition and that the flap

Check that the recirculation flap control sprockets are in good condition and that the flap is not jammed. Repair if necessary. Does the fault persist?

flap control sprockets are in good condition and that the flap is not jammed. Repair if
flap control sprockets are in good condition and that the flap is not jammed. Repair if
flap control sprockets are in good condition and that the flap is not jammed. Repair if
flap control sprockets are in good condition and that the flap is not jammed. Repair if
flap control sprockets are in good condition and that the flap is not jammed. Repair if
flap control sprockets are in good condition and that the flap is not jammed. Repair if

yes

not jammed. Repair if necessary. Does the fault persist? yes Change the recirculation motor. no no

Change the recirculation motor.

no

no

the fault persist? yes Change the recirculation motor. no no Repair the faulty electrical wiring. End

Repair the faulty electrical wiring.the fault persist? yes Change the recirculation motor. no no End of fault finding. AFTER Check

motor. no no Repair the faulty electrical wiring. End of fault finding. AFTER Check that the

End of fault finding.motor. no no Repair the faulty electrical wiring. AFTER Check that the components which were removed

AFTER

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CHART 12

AIR CONDITIONING PROBLEMS No cold air

NOTES

Non regulated air conditioning. The passenger compartment fan operates.

With the heating and ventilation selected, check that there is a voltage on track A1

With the heating and ventilation selected, check that there is a voltage on track A1 of the control panel. Is there a voltage?

the heating and ventilation selected, check that there is a voltage on track A1 of the
the heating and ventilation selected, check that there is a voltage on track A1 of the
the heating and ventilation selected, check that there is a voltage on track A1 of the
the heating and ventilation selected, check that there is a voltage on track A1 of the
the heating and ventilation selected, check that there is a voltage on track A1 of the
the heating and ventilation selected, check that there is a voltage on track A1 of the
the heating and ventilation selected, check that there is a voltage on track A1 of the
the heating and ventilation selected, check that there is a voltage on track A1 of the
the heating and ventilation selected, check that there is a voltage on track A1 of the

yes

on track A1 of the control panel. Is there a voltage? yes Check the connections between
Check the connections between track A1 of the control panel and track 2 of the

Check the connections between track A1 of the control panel and track 2 of the air conditioning computer. Is the wiring in good condition?

between track A1 of the control panel and track 2 of the air conditioning computer. Is
between track A1 of the control panel and track 2 of the air conditioning computer. Is
between track A1 of the control panel and track 2 of the air conditioning computer. Is
between track A1 of the control panel and track 2 of the air conditioning computer. Is
between track A1 of the control panel and track 2 of the air conditioning computer. Is
between track A1 of the control panel and track 2 of the air conditioning computer. Is

yes

Check the electrical wiring between: air 2 1 conditioning compressor computer 17 1 Is the
Check the electrical wiring between:
air
2
1
conditioning
compressor
computer
17
1
Is the wiring on good condition?

yes

computer 17 1 Is the wiring on good condition? yes Using the XR25, enter G21* (compressor
Using the XR25, enter G21* (compressor clutch control). Does the compressor cut in?

Using the XR25, enter G21* (compressor clutch control). Does the compressor cut in?

Using the XR25, enter G21* (compressor clutch control). Does the compressor cut in?
Using the XR25, enter G21* (compressor clutch control). Does the compressor cut in?
Using the XR25, enter G21* (compressor clutch control). Does the compressor cut in?
Using the XR25, enter G21* (compressor clutch control). Does the compressor cut in?
Using the XR25, enter G21* (compressor clutch control). Does the compressor cut in?
Using the XR25, enter G21* (compressor clutch control). Does the compressor cut in?

yes

(compressor clutch control). Does the compressor cut in? yes Change the air conditioning computer. no Change

Change the air conditioning computer.

no

Change the control panel.no

no

Repair the wiring.no

no

Repair the wiring.no

no

Change the compressor.no

AFTER

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CHART 12A

AIR CONDITIONING PROBLEMS No cold air

NOTES

Non regulated air conditioning. The passenger compartment fan operates.

Check that left-hand bargraph 13 is extinguished. This relates to the inhibiting of heating/ventilation/air conditioning
Check that left-hand bargraph 13 is
extinguished. This relates to the inhibiting of
heating/ventilation/air conditioning by the
injection or the automatic gearbox.
Is this bargraph extinguished?
no
Using the XR25, measure the pressures of the
coolant circuit by entering #16 or use
pressure gauges.
The pressures should be:
-
high pressure
<
28 bars,
-
low pressure
>
Is this correct?
2 bars.
yes
Check the connections between:
air
9
A
fluid
conditioning
pressure
computer
10
B
sensor
Is the wiring in good condition?
yes

Change the pressure sensor.

yes

no

no

good condition? yes Change the pressure sensor. yes no no Refer to left-hand bargraph 13. Top

Refer to left-hand bargraph 13.good condition? yes Change the pressure sensor. yes no no Top up the coolant circuit. Repair

pressure sensor. yes no no Refer to left-hand bargraph 13. Top up the coolant circuit. Repair

Top up the coolant circuit.pressure sensor. yes no no Refer to left-hand bargraph 13. Repair the faulty electrical wiring. AFTER

Refer to left-hand bargraph 13. Top up the coolant circuit. Repair the faulty electrical wiring. AFTER

Repair the faulty electrical wiring.Refer to left-hand bargraph 13. Top up the coolant circuit. AFTER Check that the components which

AFTER

Check that the components which were removed are connected correctly.

REPAIR

Check that the system operates correctly.

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CHART 13

AIR CONDITIONING PROBLEMS Too cold

NOTES

Before carrying out any work, check that the customer uses the air conditioning correctly. Non regulated air conditioning.

Is the fan assembly always operating? (normal if high pressure ≥ 20 bars)

Is the fan assembly always operating? (normal if high pressure 20 bars)

Is the fan assembly always operating? (normal if high pressure ≥ 20 bars)
Is the fan assembly always operating? (normal if high pressure ≥ 20 bars)
Is the fan assembly always operating? (normal if high pressure ≥ 20 bars)
Is the fan assembly always operating? (normal if high pressure ≥ 20 bars)
Is the fan assembly always operating? (normal if high pressure ≥ 20 bars)
Is the fan assembly always operating? (normal if high pressure ≥ 20 bars)

no

always operating? (normal if high pressure ≥ 20 bars) no Check that the recirculation flap does
Check that the recirculation flap does not remain in the recirculated air position. Operate the

Check that the recirculation flap does not remain in the recirculated air position. Operate the control button and check that the flap moves. Does it move?

does not remain in the recirculated air position. Operate the control button and check that the
does not remain in the recirculated air position. Operate the control button and check that the
does not remain in the recirculated air position. Operate the control button and check that the
does not remain in the recirculated air position. Operate the control button and check that the
does not remain in the recirculated air position. Operate the control button and check that the
does not remain in the recirculated air position. Operate the control button and check that the

yes

button and check that the flap moves. Does it move? yes Check that the action of
Check that the action of the heater control moves the flap. Does it move?

Check that the action of the heater control moves the flap. Does it move?

Check that the action of the heater control moves the flap. Does it move?
Check that the action of the heater control moves the flap. Does it move?
Check that the action of the heater control moves the flap. Does it move?
Check that the action of the heater control moves the flap. Does it move?
Check that the action of the heater control moves the flap. Does it move?
Check that the action of the heater control moves the flap. Does it move?

yes

of the heater control moves the flap. Does it move? yes Visually check that the flap
Visually check that the flap travel is complete. Is it correct?

Visually check that the flap travel is complete. Is it correct?

Visually check that the flap travel is complete. Is it correct?
Visually check that the flap travel is complete. Is it correct?
Visually check that the flap travel is complete. Is it correct?
Visually check that the flap travel is complete. Is it correct?
Visually check that the flap travel is complete. Is it correct?
Visually check that the flap travel is complete. Is it correct?

yes

check that the flap travel is complete. Is it correct? yes Change the fan assembly.  

Change the fan assembly.

 

Check the coolant circuit pressures using the XR25 or pressure gauges. The fan assembly operates if the high

yes

yes pressure ≥ 20 bars and stops if the pressure ≤ 15 bars. If the pressures

pressure 20 bars and stops if the pressure 15 bars. If the pressures are correct, change the pressure sensor, otherwise, top up the coolant circuit.

no

no See CHART 11.

See CHART 11.

no

no See CHART 1.

See CHART 1.

no

no Readjust the cable.

Readjust the cable.

AFTER

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REPAIR

Check that the system operates correctly.

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CHART 14

AIR CONDITIONING PROBLEMS Performance poor

NOTES

Before carrying out any work, check that the customer uses the air conditioning correctly. Non regulated air conditioning.

Check that the compressor operates, with the air conditioning on, passenger compartment ventilation on maximum
Check that the compressor operates, with the
air conditioning on, passenger compartment
ventilation on maximum in recirculation
mode, engine running at idle.
Does the compressor operate?
yes
Check the tension of the compressor belt, the
clutch air gap and its condition.
Retension the belt or change
the compressor clutch.
Does the fault persist?
yes
Ensure that the recirculation flap is in the
recirculation position in air conditioning
recirculation mode.
Is it in this position?
yes
Check that the flap travel is complete,
readjust the cable if necessary.
Does the fault persist?
yes
Is it an air flow problem?
no
A

no

See CHART 14A.no

no

End of fault finding.no

no

See CHART 11.no

no

End of fault finding.no

yes

See CHART 2 or CHART 9.yes

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CONT

CHART 14 CONT
CHART 14 CONT
A
A

With the vehicle stationary, engine running at idle, air conditioning on maximum, measure the pressure of the coolant circuit. If the pressure is > 28 bars, there is :

-

- or the operation of the fan assembly is ab- normal,

- or the condenser is clogged,

- or the engine heats up too much. Is the pressure < 28 bars ?

too much fluid,

yes

much. Is the pressure < 28 bars ? too much fluid, yes Check the cleanness of
Check the cleanness of the condenser wiring harness. Clean or change the condenser.

Check the cleanness of the condenser wiring harness. Clean or change the condenser.

Check the cleanness of the condenser wiring harness. Clean or change the condenser.
Check the cleanness of the condenser wiring harness. Clean or change the condenser.
the condenser wiring harness. Clean or change the condenser. If the fault persists, check the operation

If the fault persists, check the operation of the cooling fan assembly at high speed (ventilation and air conditioning

on maximum). It should be:

- operating if high pressure

- stopped if high pressure

20 bars

15 bars

Is the operation of the fan assembly normal?

yes

15 bars Is the operation of the fan assembly normal? yes Change the pressure sensor. no

Change the pressure sensor.

no

Top up the coolant circuit.no

no

See CHART 15.no

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CHART 14A

AIR CONDITIONING PROBLEMS Performance poor

NOTES

Before carrying out any work, check that the customer uses the air conditioning correctly. Non regulated air conditioning.

With the air conditioning and ventilation on maximum and the engine running at idle, check

With the air conditioning and ventilation on maximum and the engine running at idle, check that the compressor operates. Does the compressor operate?

ventilation on maximum and the engine running at idle, check that the compressor operates. Does the
ventilation on maximum and the engine running at idle, check that the compressor operates. Does the
ventilation on maximum and the engine running at idle, check that the compressor operates. Does the
ventilation on maximum and the engine running at idle, check that the compressor operates. Does the
ventilation on maximum and the engine running at idle, check that the compressor operates. Does the
ventilation on maximum and the engine running at idle, check that the compressor operates. Does the
ventilation on maximum and the engine running at idle, check that the compressor operates. Does the
ventilation on maximum and the engine running at idle, check that the compressor operates. Does the
ventilation on maximum and the engine running at idle, check that the compressor operates. Does the

no

the compressor operates. Does the compressor operate? no Connect the XR25 and enter G21* (direct compressor
Connect the XR25 and enter G21* (direct compressor control). Does the compressor operate?

Connect the XR25 and enter G21* (direct compressor control). Does the compressor operate?

Connect the XR25 and enter G21* (direct compressor control). Does the compressor operate?
Connect the XR25 and enter G21* (direct compressor control). Does the compressor operate?
Connect the XR25 and enter G21* (direct compressor control). Does the compressor operate?
Connect the XR25 and enter G21* (direct compressor control). Does the compressor operate?
Connect the XR25 and enter G21* (direct compressor control). Does the compressor operate?
Connect the XR25 and enter G21* (direct compressor control). Does the compressor operate?

yes

   

Check the pressure of the coolant circuit. The compressor should cut in for:

-

low pressure

 

2 bars,

 

-

high pressure

28 bars.

Is this correct?

 
 

yes

 
28 bars. Is this correct?     yes   Check the electrical wiring: air conditioning computer

Check the electrical wiring:

air

conditioning

computer

9 1 10 4 11 3
9
1
10
4
11
3

pressure

sensor

connector

and between the connector and the sensor. Is the wiring in good condition?

yes

and the sensor. Is the wiring in good condition? yes Change the pressure sensor. yes no

Change the pressure sensor.

yes

no

in good condition? yes Change the pressure sensor. yes no See CHART 14. Check the wiring

See CHART 14.

yes Change the pressure sensor. yes no See CHART 14. Check the wiring between the heating

Check the wiring between the heating and ventilation computer

and the compressor clutch. Repair if necessary.

computer and the compressor clutch. Repair if necessary. If the fault persists, change the compressor. no

If the fault persists, change the compressor.

no

no

If the fault persists, change the compressor. no no Top up the coolant circuit. Repair the

Top up the coolant circuit.

change the compressor. no no Top up the coolant circuit. Repair the faulty electrical wiring. AFTER

Repair the faulty electrical wiring.

AFTER

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CHART 14B

AIR CONDITIONING PROBLEMS Performance poor