Seat Leon >> Exploded view - flaps and partitions in air distribution housing

View from front

Note Arrow = Direction of movement

Air conditioning system

  1. - Right flap for warm air
    • from heat exchanger
    • Actuated by way of right cold air flap
  2. - Operating lever
    • For flap control
  3. - Right flap for cold air
    • From evaporator
    • Different versions

Heater and manually controlled air conditioner

  • Actuated jointly via shaft of left cold air flap by temperature flap control motor -V68- by way of left actuating lever

Automatically controlled air conditioner

  • Actuated by temperature flap control motor - V159- by way of right operating lever
  1. - Temperature control flap right actuating lever
    • Depending on equipment version
    • Automatically controlled air conditioner only
    • Actuated by temperature flap control motor - V159-
  2. - Actuating lever of flap for "defrost"
    • To windscreen and door windows
    • Depending on equipment version
    • Automatically controlled air conditioner only
    • Actuated by defroster flap control motor -V107-
  3. - Actuating lever of flap for "defrost"
    • To windscreen and door windows
    • Depending on equipment version
    • Heater and manually controlled air conditioner only
    • Actuated by air distribution flap control motor -V428- by way of defrost and air distribution actuation unit
  4. - Air distribution flap actuating lever

Heater and manually controlled air conditioner

  • Actuated by air distribution flap control motor -V428- by way of defrost and air distribution actuation unit

Automatically controlled air conditioner

  • Actuated by front air distribution flap control motor -V426- by way of defrost and air distribution actuation unit
  1. - Left actuating lever

Heater and manually controlled air conditioner

  • Actuated by temperature flap control motor -V68-

Automatically controlled air conditioner

  • Actuated by temperature flap control motor -V158-
  1. - Left flap for cold air
    • From evaporator
    • Different versions

Heater and manually controlled air conditioner

  • Actuated by temperature flap control motor -V68- by way of left actuating lever

Automatically controlled air conditioner

  • Actuated by temperature flap control motor -V158- by way of left actuating lever
  1. - Operating lever
    • For flap control
  2. - Left flap for warm air
    • from heat exchanger
    • Actuated by way of left cold air flap

View from rear

Note -Arrow- = Direction of movement

Air conditioning system

  1. - Flap for rear air duct
    • Depending on equipment version

Heater and manually controlled air conditioner

  • The air duct is sealed with a plug
  • Not always fitted with heater and manually controlled air conditioner depending on make (not needed as air duct is sealed off)

Automatically controlled air conditioner

  • For centre console vent
  1. - Operating lever
    • For flap control
    • Equipment-specific (with automatically controlled air conditioner)
    • Not always fitted with heater and manually controlled air conditioner
  2. - Left flap for left dash panel vent
  3. - Operating lever
    • For actuation of vent flaps
    • Actuated by way of actuation unit
  4. - Left flap for centre dash panel vent
  5. - Right flap for right dash panel vent
  6. - Right flap for centre dash panel vent
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