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Citroen DS4 Isotherm module (FRIDGE) part number 9456 03

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craig573   
Sun May 31 2015, 04:21am
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Joined: Oct 31 2011
Location: Shildon
Was looking through the accessories for the DS4 and can across the Isotherm module (FRIDGE) part number 9456 03

Was wondering where this item is meant to fit?
Also has anyone got one fitted (pic please)?
and how difficult are they to fit?
Dave_Retired.   
Sun May 31 2015, 05:02am

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Joined: Aug 07 2006
Location: Northumberland
They used to sit on the rear seat instead of an armrest but the image has disappeared from the accessories page.
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 craig573 (31 May 2015 : 09:59)
FrankBullitt   
Sun May 31 2015, 05:13am

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Joined: Apr 12 2011
Location: Cambridgeshire
As Dave says, they sit on a seat;

- Click Here -

Looks like it can be front passenger seat or any of the rear seats - fitting is simply via a belt.
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 craig573 (31 May 2015 : 09:59)
BigJohnD   
Sun May 31 2015, 06:17am

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Location: Hoylake
- Click Here - for a (small) picture.
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 craig573 (31 May 2015 : 09:59)
craig573   
Sun May 31 2015, 10:00am
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mmmm might consider getting one for the hols
Dave_Retired.   
Sun May 31 2015, 11:33am

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Far cheaper to simply by a plug in cool box from Argos etc. and stick it in the boot out of sight......
craig573   
Sun May 31 2015, 12:15pm
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Admin Dave wrote ...

Far cheaper to simply by a plug in cool box from Argos etc. and stick it in the boot out of sight......

Just been looking at them Dave and probably better and just put it in the boot as there is a 12v socket also in the boot.
BigJohnD   
Sun May 31 2015, 07:22pm

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What Dave said, plus you can get bottles of wine in a 30 litre cool box!
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 craig573 (01 Jun 2015 : 00:35)
craig573   
Mon Jun 01 2015, 12:36am
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Joined: Oct 31 2011
Location: Shildon
BigJohnD wrote ...

What Dave said, plus you can get bottles of wine in a 30 litre cool box!

Looks like i will have to take a bottle of Wine to Halfords this saturday.
routemaster1   
Mon Jun 01 2015, 02:59am
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Joined: Jul 08 2007
Location: Dorset
I bought the middle size cooler from Halfords a couple of years ago, and it really does a good job of chilling in comparison to the one it replaced. Just taken it to Germany in our C3, connecting to the one power socket via a Garmin 2 USB connector to also power dashcam and satnav. The issue was that the fridge would start, but the power drain then switched off the adaptor after ~10 seconds. USB stayed on though.
I've ordered a new adapter from Amazon. Hope it is better than one I bought from Maplins a couple of years ago. I plugged the fridge into that, and before I had got to the end of our road, there was smoke coming from it!!
riven1962   
Mon Jun 01 2015, 04:14am
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Joined: Mar 23 2011
Location: Widnes, Cheshire
Like other's have said, I bought a cooler from either Halfords or Argos a couple of years ago. I put it on the back seat in between the kids and it fit's just fine, works well as well. Don't remember what size it is but from memory you can get a lot in it and yes that include's wine.
 

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