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Robbie's Guide To FBH Servicing & Repair
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Does anyone have a link as to where i can get the ceramic chamber gasket as mine just disintegrated
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Serviced mine yesterday, thanks Robbie Bow down

Make sure the two stub coolant pipes are seated flush before screwing down the metal plate otherwise you'll get a leak and have to take it off again Big Cry

Primed ok, tested got the E7 code but still works when I use the 3rd button on key fob (have a home-made fbh controller, though not made by me).

Frosty this morning and happy its all working again. Smile
   
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how does the fbh draw its fuel, is it pumped from the tank or sucked by the the fbh. Mine has gone down and I'm suspicious its fuel related.
Webasto controler fitted disconnected from can-bus
Several 20 minutes Fuse removal reset tried.
Ticking sound for approx 10 seconds coming from fbh when engaged but no smoke.

Ps. I've just found myself a page on the forum with mention of a solonoid plunger pump under the car drivers seat side. When it gets back home I will take a look.
  
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Just serviced mine there was a lot of spot in the chamber and it was struggling to get the coolant warm on s cold day all back together but she is smoking like a good in, here are a few pics of it apart does everything look ok


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Quick question.........how do you remove the FBH from the silver bracket with it in situ?

I can't get at two torx screws as the coolant bottle is in the way Confused
   
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Take headlight out I pulled the washer bottle neck out of the way lift up coolant bottle it will pull out of its clips then push to the left and undo the screws from the headlight opening, hope this helps
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That's a great help, thank you Thumbs Up
   
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One thing to add (a cautionary Tale)

and One Question (by way of Clarity that may help others)


BEWARE - The 12v Plug... If you do not apply pressure in the right way ie leaver down it may do this!
The plug housing/leverage point on mine was broken and I thought that I had actually un-clipped it... I hadn't!

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The Next one is a QUESTION:
I know the ceramic is split at the bottom of the glow-plug..
Does this make the whole thing non-operational?
Can you buy a replacement OR a replacement Chamber?


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Hi to everyone
First of all thanks to Robbie for his dedicated time of making this step by step guide

I've read all the post and I've identified the thread, as my FBH start remotely with a remote control and after 2/4 minutes it stops .

As LR dealer diagnostics it simple, this one is broken and you need a new one at 1000 euros plus taxes and of course plus labour of getting out and getting in the new one.

But I wasn't sure confidence of that and once again the answer is in this beloved forum.

My questions is :

I own a D4 2010 with the FBH Webasto part number LR066870, so is the same model for the serving guide described by Robbie?

Since my FBH have remote control, and once I do the cleaning describe above, I need to reprogram the remote control ?

With my FBH pull out can the D4 runs without that or the vehicle must stay stop until the job is done ?

Once again thanks to all of you for your bellowed answers to my questions

Best regards
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The guide is the same for your heater

You don’t need to re program anything after

If you buy the 90 degree joiner as said in this post somewhere you can join the water pipes and run he vehicle without the heater fitted as long as you remove the fuse and blank the fuel pipe off.

Pete.
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