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Freelander TD4 2003 removing the heater Matrix

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by Ally, Jan 1, 2008.

  1. Ally

    Ally New Member

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    Does anyone know a easy and quick way of removing the Heater Matrix without dismantling and removing the front centre console on the above vechicle.

    Thanks in Advance and a Happy New Year

    Ally
     
  2. The Mad Hat Man

    The Mad Hat Man Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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    Nope - and its a dash out jobby as well as far as I can remember.:eek:

    Happy New Year:D
     
  3. clutchdust

    clutchdust Well-Known Member

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    Yes, dash needs to come out, no other way of doing it. It's not as bad as it sounds though.
     
  4. stillstandin

    stillstandin New Member

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    Just done mine. It's not the nightmare that some dealers make out but the entire dash has got to come out. The Haynes manual is a bit dis-jointed and has you jumping from one chapter to another, makes it seem much harder than it is. Take time with a note pad and list the job in cronological order all on one page. Once you have the whole job listed decide if you are up to it. It took me 4 hours from start to finish. One word of warning don't start it if you can't finish it because nobody will look at one that is in bits already.