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eberspacher hydronic d5wz VECTRA C

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  • #1
    c-kozi
    Level 11  
    Hello
    I am looking for a diagram of the webasto / eberspacher hydronic d5wz reheating controller board used in the OPEL Vectra C 2006. The controllers are controlled by CAN from the car. The stove has stopped working, shows blower open fault. Blower motor already replaced and on the same. I took the language from the webasto specialists that it was a constant problem of these drivers. For PLN 250 they will repair it. I'll have more satisfaction if I fix it myself. Maybe someone from the forum members will tell me what breaks on this album and what should be replaced, or as I have already written, will send me a diagram of this album. Photos with a hint are also welcome.
    best regards
  • #3
    tomek7040
    Level 12  
    And what, buddy, with this driver? has it moved?
  • #4
    tomek7040
    Level 12  
    I also have a cold February, the same as in the picture. above. Thanks for the help :)
  • #5
    pawlo7732
    Level 9  
    Buddy, what did you wash away the flood
  • #6
    tomek7040
    Level 12  
    I did not wash off, I had a gel, gelatin, - silicone filler, and apparently the pickles are different, sometimes some resin, and I picked it slowly and delicately so as not to damage anything, I dug into the screws, unscrewed it, and trimmed it around with a tapestry. and here it started for the best ... how to take it out of the housing ???
    I was taking it out with a baseball bat ...
    I know you do not believe ... but once during the internship I dragged myself such a tiny one. And at the end, from the side of the handle, there is such an undercut, and it came in nicely, it bounced and I managed to pry the PCB, not without losses, of course ... the path on the edge of the PCB was broken and we had to solder. In fact, everything came out stuck to the board, nothing else was damaged. And then I think you can handle it ;)

    And this is how it looks ready ... the darker part is the old pickle which I didn't remove because I found it pointless ;)
  • #8
    tomek7040
    Level 12  
    how did you take out the plate without damaging it?
  • #9
    pawlo7732
    Level 9  
    Hello, I was soaking the driver and removing the jelly with a small hard brush. This is the first way, and the second is that I sanded the casing and the plate came out with all the jelly. I had the casings as a spare.
  • #10
    tomek7040
    Level 12  
    no nothing ... there is probably no good way to get this tile ;) or I can't come up with it ;) the worst thing is that there is a probability that I will have to pull it out again, because it sometimes reports a relay error: /
  • #11
    pawlo7732
    Level 9  
    And with what you flooded, I bought a filler from the thermopasty company
  • #12
    tomek7040
    Level 12  
    I am also probably the same as you two-component, nice thing, as the original, only new ;)
  • #13
    tomek7040
    Level 12  
    Pawlo and how does this stove work for you? In my case, in the frost, he started to sow errors on the wall, I had to disconnect, do you have any advice? or any of the readers?
  • #14
    pawlo7732
    Level 9  
    Hello, the stove works without a problem, I had it in the car without a can stove comes from a Mercedes sprinter.
  • #16
    mikrus9999
    Level 9  
    goes this stove to run somehow on the table?
  • #17
    tomek7040
    Level 12  
    only from the car, the stove is controlled from the car CAN ...
  • #18
    pawlo7732
    Level 9  
    Hello, when it comes to the can-controlled Mercedes stove, you can fire it on the table. Best regards....
  • #19
    wilkuasd
    Level 10  
    And I have one more stupid question. it's not even about the driver anymore. I got a d5wsc stove. the only problem I have is that someone pulled out the strainer. And now the question is how to know if the strainer was with or without a collar? should the strainer touch the candle or it can only be around? Because I got stupid reading a foreign forum.
  • #20
    Radek P.
    Level 15  
    wilkuasd wrote:
    And I have one more stupid question. it's not even about the driver anymore. I got a d5wsc stove. the only problem I have is that someone pulled out the strainer. And now the question is how to know if the strainer was with or without a collar? should the strainer touch the candle or it can only be around? Because I got stupid reading a foreign forum.
    how do you know there is supposed to be a strainer there? I have the same stove and there is no strainer there
  • #21
    wilkuasd
    Level 10  
    The construction of the furnace without a strainer is different. I don't know if I will describe it well. In a furnace without a strainer, fuel is fed to the burner. The fuel is put on the strainer with the strainer. And this strainer is missing for me. I just don't know what.
  • #23
    wilkuasd
    Level 10  
    This is what a burner without a strainer is like. In a furnace with a strainer, the fuel line goes to the glow stick with a strainer.
  • #24
    Radek P.
    Level 15  
    So there was the 2nd version of the D5WSC?
  • #25
    wilkuasd
    Level 10  
    It looks. There were also a few drivers for d5wsc. In my free time I will post a photo.