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thabiker
 


Member Since: 10 Jan 2018
Location: Tiel
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Netherlands 2007 Discovery 3 TDV6 HSE Auto Buckingham BlueDiscovery 3
FBH shuts down after 3 minutes: Overheat sensor interruption

Hi all,

Last week I had an indy install an Altox WBUS-5 GPS. Yesterday evening I installed a SIM card and the connection from my phone to the Altox was easily set up. This morning I fired up the FBH with my phone for the first time, with the timer set to 30 minutes. All seemed to go well, the FBH fired up immediately and the heater temperature rose. But after about 3 minutes with a heater temperature of about 25 degrees, the FBH shut down. The Altox sent me a text message with the fault codes AB and 07.

AB says "Overheat sensor interruption" if I'm not mistaking. Does this mean the overheat sensor is broken and needs replacing? Or could there be a (default) setting that turns off the FBH at 25 degrees (which seems rather strange)? Or maybe there could be another problem?
  
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