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Am I alone in having a heater which is initially great, but switches off after just a few minutes, then restarts, again for just a few minutes of its' own accord? Is this a common fault for my 10 year old model Yeti diesel 4x4 or am I just unlucky? Perfect in every other respect, and loathe to have to part with it if this can't be cured.
 

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That's a fault I have never heard of.
Could it be low battery voltage is causing it to be shut down?
 
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Another member did report a similar sort of issue with the heater being temperamental (no pun intended). They came up with their own resolution so maybe worth reading through the old posts.
 
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What trim level is your Yeti do you have climate control?
It's a basic model without climate control. I just wonder that although there is a control knob for the level of heating, it could be over ridden by a faulty thermostat?
 

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It's a basic model without climate control. I just wonder that although there is a control knob for the level of heating, it could be over ridden by a faulty thermostat?
Is it the fan that stops blowing? Does it do it on all speeds?

Or does it just blow cold?
 
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I see you joined three months ago, is that how long you have had the Yeti?

Has it been like this all the time or has it just started?
 

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Do you mean the blower fan stops working on all settings,or it blows but goes cold? After many years the blower motors can become faulty,mainly due to worn brushes.
 
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