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Re: My sliders have stopped working! 2019/03/12 17:06:36 (permalink)
No rush, just keep it till your happy that its ended its usefulness
 
 

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Re: My sliders have stopped working! 2019/03/15 14:29:58 (permalink)
Thanks Martin, that's kind. Do shout if you need it back and I'll get it straight in the post!
 
It seems on further testing that the slider for the footwell works fully, but the windscreen slider doesn't seem to do much at all - there's always a lot of air blowing on the screen. I can reduce it by opening the footwell slider, but not stop it (or even reduce it) by closing the windscreen slider. Odd.

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Re: My sliders have stopped working! 2019/03/15 14:43:22 (permalink)
that sounds like some flap ajustment is needed, or the foam seals on the flaps have disintegrated
 

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Re: My sliders have stopped working! 2019/03/15 14:48:51 (permalink)
Hi Giles
 
In the Second picture http://www.clarks-garage.com/shop-manual/hvac-01.htm you can see the screen flap rod on the left of the heater box,
 
I would whip out the glove box and check the movement and ajustment of this rod..
 
 

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Re: My sliders have stopped working! 2019/03/21 15:24:47 (permalink)
Thanks Martin
 
Do you mean inside the car, in the passenger footwell? If so, I've replaced the clip etc. on that rod, but it didn't move when I adjusted the sliders / temp control - when using my TCU. Haven't tried again with yours, will do so.
 

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Re: My sliders have stopped working! 2019/03/21 18:23:15 (permalink)
yes the lever and arm,

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