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It cost me £60-00 to have a RR specialist fix this for me earlier this year, it happened again today
After hours of reading posts and looking were told to no avail I found this superb video
within 5 minutes issue fixed car back together & stress levels back to normal with at least £60-00 left in my pocket.
 

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Welcome to the forum.
Useful video for those with this problem (y)

Obviously this is only a temporary get-a-round to keep things going.
I think when LR fix it they have sorted the problem which was being caused by water ingress.

PS. It's worth updating your forum profile so people can see your Evoque year and spec :)
 

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Lol. "Evoque heater not working? Torch, cane, remove the air box". Err, that’s the battery cover mate. :whistle:
technically, "air" can get in from the direction he went, i would imagine the pollen filter is in there on some models somewhere too. , he just hasnt described it right.

he didnt say remove the engine air filter.

my car sits for months at a time, handy video, better than beating the dash i guess. (y) (y) (y)
 

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Pollen filter is accessed under the passenger footwell area. The air box is what the air filter sits in. Still a handy video I agree although from memory, you can reach it with your hand. (y)
Worth noting all these heater fan issues are for MY16+.
 

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It cost me £60-00 to have a RR specialist fix this for me earlier this year, it happened again today
After hours of reading posts and looking were told to no avail I found this superb video
within 5 minutes issue fixed car back together & stress levels back to normal with at least £60-00 left in my pocket.
Welcome to the forum.
Useful video for those with this problem (y)

Obviously this is only a temporary get-a-round to keep things going.
I think when LR fix it they have sorted the problem which was being caused by water ingress.

PS. It's worth updating your forum profile so people can see your Evoque year and spec :)
Thanks for the vid. Had it fixed in a minute,
 

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Thanks for the vid. Had it fixed in a minute,
It cost me £60-00 to have a RR specialist fix this for me earlier this year, it happened again today
After hours of reading posts and looking were told to no avail I found this superb video
within 5 minutes issue fixed car back together & stress levels back to normal with at least £60-00 left in my pocket.
Worth noting that there is a different sort of fastening pin for the battery cover. Instead of turning it anti-clockwise you need to use a flat-bladed screwdriver in the side slot to gently lever the top part up. It then pulls out the same as the screw type.
 
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