Seat Leon >> Heater unit

Assembly overview - heater unit

Note

  • There are different designs and makes of heater. The individual components of the various heaters are similar but not identical. The combined fitting of different makes of component is therefore not permissible.
  • The following illustrations show a "Valeo" heater, distinguishing features with respect to other brands.

Heater, flap control

Heating

  1. - Operating lever
    • For actuation of defrost and air distributor flap
  2. - Air distribution flap servomotor - V428-
    • With potentiometer for air distribution flap servomotor - G645- .
    • Removing and fitting
  3. - Bolt.
    • 2 off
    • Tightening torque
  4. - Bolt.
    • 3 off
    • Tightening torque
  5. - Bolt.
    • 2 off
    • Tightening torque
  6. - Servomotor for temperature flap - V68-
    • With potentiometer for temperature flap control motor - G92-
    • Removing and fitting
  7. - Operating lever
    • For actuation of warm air flap
  8. - Heater unit
    • Different versions
    • The combined fitting of different makes of component is not permissible
    • The following illustrations show the heater from "Valeo"
    • The design is largely identical to that of the heater/air conditioning unit
    • Components that are not installed: Expansion valve, condensation water drain, evaporator, etc.
    • A honeycomb element is fitted instead of the evaporator
    • There is no opening for the expansion valve in the plenum chamber back wall seal or this is closed off by a foam pad
    • Assembly overview
  9. - Defroster and air distribution flap actuator
    • Removing and fitting

Heater, heat exchanger, auxiliary air heater element

Heating

  1. - Bolt.
    • Tightening torque
  2. - Coolant pipe for heat exchanger
    • Removing and fitting
  3. - Staple
  4. - Coolant pipe for heat exchanger
    • Removing and fitting
  5. - O ring
  6. - Cover
    • For heat exchanger
  7. - Bolt.
    • Tightening torque
  8. - Foam spacer
  9. - Support plate
    • For coolant pipes
  10. - Foam rubber
    • Note the fitting position
  11. - Heater unit
    • Removing and fitting
    • Dismantling and assembling
  12. - Heat exchanger
    • Removing and fitting
  13. - Heating element for additional heater - Z35-
    • Removing and fitting
  14. - Bolt.
    • 2 off
    • Tightening torque
  15. - Electrical wire
    • For auxiliary air heater element - Z35-
    • Removing and fitting
  16. - Negative wire
    • For auxiliary heating.
    • Tightening torque
  17. - Bolt.
    • 3 off
    • Tightening torque
  18. - Cable clip
  19. - O ring

Air intake housing, dust and pollen filter, fresh air blower, flap control

Heating

  1. - Bolt.
    • 2 off
    • Tightening torque
  2. - Cover
  3. - Top section of housing
  4. - Bolt.
    • 2 off
    • Tightening torque
  5. - Air intake housing
    • Do not dismantle
    • Removing and fitting
  6. - Not installed
  7. - Not installed
  8. - Servomotor for air recirculation flap - V113-
    • Removing and fitting
  9. - Bolt.
    • 2 off
    • Tightening torque
  10. - Dust and pollen filter
    • Removing and fitting
  11. - Cover
    • for dust and pollen filter
  12. - Fresh-air turbine - V2-
    • Removing and fitting
  13. - Control unit for fresh air blower - J126-
    • Removing and fitting
  14. - Bolt.
    • 2 off
    • Tightening torque

Removing and installing fresh air blower - V2-

Removal and installation are identical with procedure for vehicles with air conditioning system.

Removing and installing dust and pollen filter

Removal and installation are identical with procedure for vehicles with air conditioning system.

Removing and installing heat exchanger

Removal and installation are identical with procedure for vehicles with air conditioning system.

Removing and installing heater unit

Note The design of the heater is largely identical to that of the heater/ air conditioning unit. Components that are not installed: Expansion valve, condensation water drain, evaporator, etc.

Removal and installation are essentially the same as for the air conditioning unit.

Removing and installing supplementary air heater element - Z35-

Removal and installation are identical with procedure for vehicles with air conditioning system.

Dismantling and assembling heater unit

The heater dismantling and assembly operations are the same as for the heater/air conditioning unit of the manually controlled air conditioner.

Note The design of the heater is largely identical to that of the heater/ air conditioning unit. Components not installed: expansion valve, condensation water train, evaporator, etc. On the heating device, a honeycomb element is installed instead of the evaporator.

There is no opening for the expansion valve in the plenum chamber back wall seal or this is closed off by a foam pad.

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