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PostPosted: Wed 26 Aug, 2009 6:20 pm Reply with quote
Simply put..... how the hell do you get this out without removing the windscreen??

We have a 2003 307 HDI - Keeps blowing 30amp fuse in engine bay.  I have removed the wiper blades, black plastic cover and black thick protective material, but cannot see how to get the assembly out.  

Any ideas anyone as I don't fancy paying a dealer to do it...

Any advice would be more than welcom - thanks  Very Happy
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Re: Front wiper arm assembly and motor removal

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PostPosted: Wed 26 Aug, 2009 6:42 pm Reply with quote
hi,its been a while but don't remember to much hassle.
so you've taken all the scuttle stuff away?battery,battery tray,air filter housing.
think also on some diesels you need to lower gearbox mounting to allow passage of mechanism.

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Re: Front wiper arm assembly and motor removal

Paulbingham

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PostPosted: Wed 26 Aug, 2009 6:47 pm Reply with quote
toddy wrote (View Post):
hi,its been a while but don't remember to much hassle.
so you've taken all the scuttle stuff away?battery,battery tray,air filter housing.
think also on some diesels you need to lower gearbox mounting to allow passage of mechanism.

toddy


Thanks Toddy

I thought about removing battery, etc but light was failing and as outside with no garage didn't want to chance the rain so put back together - What is involded lowering the gearbox mounting, scale of 1 -10 (10 being most difficult  Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Wed 26 Aug, 2009 6:50 pm Reply with quote
hi,,,scale around 2.
as you will have the battery tray out,,place a jack under the g/box and undo the 18mm nut.
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PostPosted: Wed 26 Aug, 2009 6:54 pm Reply with quote
toddy wrote (View Post):
hi,,,scale around 2.
as you will have the battery tray out,,place a jack under the g/box and undo the 18mm nut.
toddy


Many thanks Toddy, I will have to give it a go  Very Happy
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PostPosted: Sat 05 Sep, 2009 9:09 pm Reply with quote
toddy wrote (View Post):
hi,,,scale around 2.
as you will have the battery tray out,,place a jack under the g/box and undo the 18mm nut.
toddy


Couldnt fix the problem, ketp blowing fuses - wasnt the linkage or the wiper motor.  Even blew fuses with motor unplugged.  Hd to sent to local dealer, I said I thought it was BSI module.  

They said they were charging 80 to plug into fault reader (only to find nothing) then took a further 2 hours to find faulty BSI unit.  I argued and had some of the bill reduced and now am paying up about 600 inc VAT for new unit and re-programing.

What a sodin rip off - I found second hand BSI but looks as though they are a program only once unit so no luck there.

Expensive  Shocked
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PostPosted: Sat 05 Sep, 2009 10:05 pm Reply with quote
hi paul,,,you could have your bsi sent for repair(i have never done it but i know bba reman can repair some bsi faults)
so has your bsi been swimming then?or just an internal fault?

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Paulbingham

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PostPosted: Fri 02 Oct, 2009 9:56 pm Reply with quote
toddy wrote (View Post):
hi paul,,,you could have your bsi sent for repair(i have never done it but i know bba reman can repair some bsi faults)
so has your bsi been swimming then?or just an internal fault?

toddy


Sorry for not replying sooner, been a little busy.  I saw a few sites that could have repaired the unit but to be honest for what they were charging I thought it best we had a new one with 12 months guarantee.  It's the other half motor and as she transports the kids everywhere I didnt want them stranded anywhere.

This site really seem popular but I'm amazed at all the people having similar problems, there seems to be no good news storied about these motors, just bad news.  I have a ford mondeo mk3 and belong to a forum for that, I thought their's was full of doom and gloom.

Keep up the good work, it's really nice to know people can come here for free to air their problems and receive technical help.

Thanks

PS Think it was water damage but not 100% sure
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