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dans1v



Member Since: 29 Jan 2020
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L405 Climate/Ac Heater issue. 2014 Model

Hi All

New to the site had many Range Rovers over the years could do with some help recently the heater has started to play up. I have always set it to auto around 21 -22 and never had to touch it. Recently after say an hour of comfortable driving and cabin temperature as expected it starts to blow cold air subtly at the front passengers. No matter what you do settings wise you can’t stop this. The only fix is turn it up say 2-3 degrees and it start to heat again. Noticing this now it’s been colder outside but was working ok back in November. Only thing recently changed was the pollen filter can’t see that making any difference.

Any ideas guys.

Post #542206 29th Jan 2020 12:13am
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Jase71



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in the climate settings menu I think you can adjust the blower flow rate to be light, balanced or strong. That might help in the temperature sensor picking up the temperature? 2017 Range Rover Vogue V6 Diesel
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dans1v



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Hi there thanks for the reply.
Your right I have already played with this to no avail. It was fine but something changed I wonder if the sensor is faulty and reading to hot possibly. Do you know if the sensor is replaceable and where it’s located ?

Post #542316 29th Jan 2020 8:35pm
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James Brown RR



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Same Issue

Hi Dans - I have the same issue in a 2013 L405 sdv8 Vogue SE - did you get to the bottom of it? I have to turn the temp up to 25 to start getting some heat through SDV8 Vogue SE
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Post #609046 13th Oct 2021 5:46pm
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dans1v



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Hi a while since I asked the question but yes I did the car is long gone for a new one but if you remove the dash panel on the left of the steering wheel with the little ventilation looking grille in it maybe 25mm square there is a mini fan and sensor behind it. That senses cabin temp by sucking air from cabin over it. They either fail or get fluffed up, mine the latter clean off all the fluff and it spins free again. Without it running it finds it difficult to sense the temp and plays up. It’s a cheap part if it fails. Let me know if it’s this.

Post #609067 13th Oct 2021 8:55pm
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James Brown RR



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Thanks Dans - I'll have a look and report back - great if its a cheap fix! SDV8 Vogue SE
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