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Bought myself/110 one of these kits https://shop.landreiziger.nl/elektronische-ventilator-aansturing.html

to replace the left heater/blower switch for a better operation at all speeds.

if the weather is playing nicely, it'll get fitted over the weekend. so here's some photo's of what is in the kit.

I'll try my best to do a easy to follow write up.

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Yes, great piece of kit. A bit short on the loom for RHD models as it was designed for the LHD blower unit. It's plug and play on td5 looms, I'll be getting another unit for project 2.

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They're well known in Holland

Let them know you found the loom short for RHD model - they love feedback

 

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I’ve had one of those for a few years  - I think I put a thread up for it ?  

I love it !  It’s one of those small mods, like a programmable wiper delay, that makes a huge difference to how easy it is to drive every day.

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click the link I posted above to go straight to the relevant page. 

cost inc postage it cost me 113.95 Euro's which is £100.52

 

Yes it fits ALL 90/110 vehicles pre Tdci with the new dash.

 

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Haven't made any progress with fitting yet, had to obtain a M3 tap as found in the instructions so the control box can be attached to the outside face of the heater unit & rain has prevented doing more this afternoon, hoping to get on with fitting tomorrow.

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haven't been out in 110 since fitting, will find out tomorrow on the drive to work, but just testing this morning I think it works well.

 

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I fitted mine on the side of the heater box - in the gap between it and the wing. Initially the Allen bolts proved slightly too long and were stopping the fan rotating ! Slightly shorter bolts though and all was well.

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I went for top face as it was easier to drill & tap. will get some covers for the 3 spade terminals or just swap them for fully insulted ones which I've got lots of.

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Yes by pushing the left control cable fully in it keeps the air flap in heater unit fully open, I hardly ever moved the old slider to the top Off postion. I taped the cable inner to the outer sleeve as well.

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Mine is on the front, my wiring runs along the inside of the dash above the heater plenum and then out the near side  grommet...

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Hiding the wiring in the dash wasn't an option for me, wasn't about to strip the lot out, couldn't put the control box on the front face.washer tank in the way.

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On re-installing the dash I fitted a cable duct to ease fishing cables from one end to the other so save a bit of stripping. I have the under wing washer bottle so plenty of free space. Like you I fitted my control switch upside down on the first attempt :rolleyes:

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I sent the owners of landreiziger a email with a few points, got a nice reply this morning saying they will revise the fitting instruction & clarify the slider orientation  & what to do with the original disconnected wires.

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After seeing @Anderzander fitted one I did the same a few years back... Great to have variable speeds, but the little extension that was soldered onto the slider to accommodate the triangular knob thing came apart on mine last year. It looks in Ralph's piccies that they now have one with a longer tab....

 

(Wonder if I'll ever get around to sorting that out....)

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Very happy with this mod kit, works very well with the normal fan blower & the supercharger bilge blower, lots of hot air in the cab now & gets nicely toasty quite quickly.

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On 5/14/2018 at 10:47 AM, western said:

I sent the owners of land reiziger a email with a few points, got a nice reply this morning saying they will revise the fitting instruction & clarify the slider orientation  & what to do with the original disconnected wires.

Hi Ralph,

I had this fitted during the rebuild. Dutch Martin is a really nice man - I'm certain he would have welcomed your comments. Ironically I had been looking for this as I had seen it somewhere on a forum a few years back and thought it was Norwegian. Even more ironically his shop is 2 miles from where they moor the ship I work on (Moerdijk). I have literally been so close to him for years and yet never knew he was there! I am visiting him in person in a few weeks when I go back to work in Holland. Clearly from posts above the great members of LR4x4 also have them fitted.

It definitely blows more air on max!

Ziggy

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When you do see him please pass on my regards, I'm well pleased with the result of fitting their kit. he only got these back in stock recently, I sent a message via their website to order & by one. 

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