Partner Teepee, No memory in climate panel

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Partner Teepee, No memory in climate panel

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Hello all
I have just got an 2011 Partner Tepee with digital bi zone climate control. The problem is that it forgets its current setting every time the power is cut. It then returns to the same setting (22C / HI) which means that the fan goes to max every time the engine is started. I am planning to switch the climate panel as I hope this is the fault part. Am I correct or should there be other control modules that could lead to this behaviour? The car is fitted with a factory installed Webcasting heater.
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Thanks in advance

Br.
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Re: Partner Teepee, No memory in climate panel

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Before you replace any parts I would check that all of the fuses are intact.

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Re: Partner Teepee, No memory in climate panel

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I would be looking at your battery too Christian. Non-memorised settings can be indicative of a loss of power. Does the radio / Head Unit also flash or lose it's date / time settings?

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Re: Partner Teepee, No memory in climate panel

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Also check that the park shunt is in the customer position....

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Re: Partner Teepee, No memory in climate panel

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RichardW wrote:
05 Mar 2021, 13:07
Also check that the park shunt is in the customer position....
Thank you for the feedback
What do you mean by park shunt ?

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Re: Partner Teepee, No memory in climate panel

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On your passenger compartment fuse box, there is a SHUNT fuse, used when the vehicle will parked up and not used for longer periods - it shuts off some of the electrical system to conserve battery power. Check your manual for the position settings, but is should be shunted to CUSTOMER position.