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Fuses for D2 Eberspacher Diesel Heater

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Post by Billiam Tue Jan 04, 2022 8:59 pm

Hello Van Family and a Very Happy and Healthy New Year

We need your help…

We have tried to find our diesel heater fuses but alas nothing. 

Not in leisure battery
Not in main fuse box
Not under fridge 
Not in cupboards 

Anybody got any ideas, there doesn’t seem to be any 🥴

Many thanks keep safe
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Post by frederic Tue Jan 04, 2022 9:45 pm

Yellow 20A(glow plug fuse) and a ?5A(control c.c.t). close together near the Eber. multi plugs or close to the leisure battery both in the same line as the 30A from the leisure battery.
These are under the couch seat by the water heater and leisure battery in the T5 Topaz
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Post by Roopert Wed Jan 05, 2022 2:12 am

It might be worth editing your profile so that it's easier to see that you have a Trident - there are a few other Trident owners on here, I believe.

Are you still getting cold air only from the Eber, or has it now gone completely dead?
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Post by frederic Wed Jan 05, 2022 10:32 am

Where is the Eber situated? The one in our 2008 Topaz is under the floor of the drivers footwell and the leisure battery in the settee bed box along with the Eber's fuses and multiplugs.
As an aside has anyone actually accessed this underfloor Eber or have any links to doing it? 
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Post by Relaxez-Vous Wed Jan 05, 2022 8:17 pm

BillIam, I am wondering why you are asking a question about your Eberspacher's fuses? Are you having a problem with your diesel heater?
We had one of their heaters in our Duetto and a significant feature of these heaters is the considerable current consumption particularly during start-up. On EHU you'll probably have no problem but on battery it will find any weaknesses in your system, the leisure battery's health, its state of charge and the thickness of the copper wire feeding the considerable current at start-up to the Eberspacher diesel heater.

On our 2003 Duetto the fuses where near the Eberspacher in a compartment under the bench seat, not with the other few fuses under the driver's seat. I'd say it was a tad temperamental. It would start up but no heat would be delivered, then the fan would go quiet.. On a full restart as if by magic, 2000KW of heat would be delivered. You'll need to coset your Eperspacher and to learn its foibles.

At an ASOC AGM I learnt that A-S from new had not fitted thick enough wire to satisfactorily feed power to the Eberspacher.. I subsequently booked our van in at Willersy for A-S to fit thicker wire to our Eberspacher.
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