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Eviljohn

Hi polo people. Hope you're all very well. I'm having issues with the slider controls for the heating on my bready. I can't find anything more than an exploded diagram in the Haynes. The sliders don't slide all the way to the right. The top one nearly does but the bottom one doesn't. Only goes 3/4 of the way across. Is taking it off and refitting very fiddly? Is there anywhere i can find instructions on it? 

Thanks for stopping by and any guidance you can give. 

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It's useful for part numbers. I have a spare set of parts anyway as i have another breadvan on my drive. I opened up the dash just now to see what was donkin it all up. The end of the blue cable that attaches to the side of the blower motor in the bay, is not hooked up properly so there's no tension in the cable. Think the whole mechanism that the sliders are attached to has been mashed in some way too. The little white piece on the back of the dash trim has a big gouge out of it from one of the sliders. Is the best way to get to it all to remove the blower motor in the bay or to take out lower sections of the dash? Haven't really got enough space to work just takin the dash speaker grill off. 

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