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Old 01-10-2017, 12:17 PM
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Default What does means this ligth on my panel?

Hello,
I attach a picture of my panel . You can see a yellow ligth in the bottom and centre. What does it means?
It gets on when I start with cold engine, and get off later.
I do not have the rigth manual and I can not find it.
My model is Vojager CRD LX 2.9.
Can someone send me the right manual?
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Old 01-10-2017, 02:06 PM
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That is the axillary heater I think.
A heater under the left side of the car, which only starts if its very cold end there's enough diesel in the tank.
It heats the cooling fluids to get the engine on working temp much faster.
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Old 01-10-2017, 05:25 PM
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Old 01-11-2017, 04:39 AM
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Found this for you

For vehicle’s with a Manual Temperature Control
system, the DCHA will activate only:
when the engine is running.
when the coolant temperature is below 66C
(151F).
when the fuel tank has greater than 1/8 of a tank
of fuel.
when the Power switch on the A/C - Heater
Control Module is on.
when the Blend control on the A/C - Heater
Control Module is set above 90% reheat (within 2
detents of the full heat position).
once per ignition cycle, when the ambient temperature
is below 9C (49F), and the vehicle
speed is above 25 km/h (15.5 mph) for two minutes,
and the Blend control on the A/C - Heater
Control Module is set anywhere from 80% to 90%
reheat (3 to 4 detents from the full heat position).
Under this circumstance, the DCHA will remain
active for five minutes unless additional input is
supplied to the DCHA.
when the Front Control Module (FCM) sees the
Cabin Heater Activation request that is bussed
from the A/C - Heater Control Module.

For vehicle’s with a Automatic Temperature Control
system, the DCHA will activate only when the:
VIN indicates that the vehicle has a diesel engine
vehicle’s odometer reads more than 5 miles.
engine speed is above 500 rpm.
coolant temperature is below 66C (151F).
fuel tank has greater than 1/8 of a tank of fuel.
Power switch on the Automatic Temperature
Control is on.
Driver Temperature Control on the Automatic
Temperature Control is set above 22C (72F).
Front Control Module (FCM) sees the Cabin
Heater Activation request that is bussed from the
Automatic Temperature Control.
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Old 01-11-2017, 07:57 AM
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Thanks for your replies.
In all pdf manuals that I can found and see, there is not any picture that shows the same instrument panel as mine and that light.
If you know, can you send (or post link) a manual that shows (and explains) the same instrument panel?
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Its not in the workshop manual or the owners handbook, it is as vmaxxer says a Webasto, you have one of these under your car :

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Old 01-12-2017, 06:20 AM
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Thanks for replies.
I have a user manual that it isn't for my model.
I attach the shema of instrument panel that is showed in my user manual: it is different from the instrument panel of my car (view other attachment).
Does it exist a user manual that shows the same instrument panel of my car?
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What year is your Voyager?
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Old 01-12-2017, 09:48 AM
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What year is your Voyager?
2006 year. Model Voyager CDR LX 2.8.
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Old 01-12-2017, 11:29 AM
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Go to this site and register. https://www.mopar.com/en-us.html
In theory you can download a handbook for your particular Voyager but to be honest, I tried to do that but just found the site very frustrating. It says you can download a handbook but doesn't seem to provide anyway to do that!

Edit: I registered my GV using my VIN code but the website says I'm a NON-OWNER but doesn't provide a way to change that.
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