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Please help. No heat into cabin from climate control unit. Fans are blowing on high trying to demist cabin on a very wet

day. Heat is on high setting yet air is freezing cold even with the AC on. Any advice really welcome. Thanks in advance.

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Welcome to the Club, Ian.


I don't know the answer to the question you pose, but I will look around and see what I can find.


There might be some on on the Forum who has experience the same issue.





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  • 5 months later...

Hi Ian

have same problem, going into garage on Monday also loosing some water which only appears when ignition is turned of. Temp guage does not indicate it is over heating. Did you get your issue resolved. Will let you know how I get on.




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hopefully getting my s type heating fixed this week. Having spoken to the guy that is looking at mine says the fault is in the heater control valve, but also this can effect the control unit in the cabin, as the heater valves short circuits and can blow the control module. Have done some research and this seems to have been a common fault with the s type.

The control modules can be repaired so hopefully mine doesn't require a new one

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Hi guys

My S type 2.7 diesel take a long time to warm up the cabin (as much as ten miles of driving). Could be the heater control valve sticking or shorting as I was led to believe that these cars warm up pretty quickly.


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Hi Martyn,


The S type 2.7 D has an auxiliary heater that helps the big diesel to warm up the cabin quicker.  I drive from here to Lichfield, 12 miles, once a week and the engine takes all that time to get to normal operating temperature.  Like all diesels they do take their time warming up.


If there is any problem, it could be the auxiliary heater, but 10 miles is not that far for a diesel.





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