[DML] Re: FV buzzing
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[DML] Re: FV buzzing



Phil - In looking at the wiring diagram, the only thing that comes 
to mind is that the fan motors have capacitors to ground for noise 
suppression (probably), and perhaps the capacitors are bleeding off 
a charge into ground that is back-feeding into the FV when power is 
removed from the main fan power feed.  I don't see any obvious 
connections other than that.  I have never noticed this behavior 
before in Winged1.  Hmmm.  An experiment might be in order!

Toby Peterson  VIN 2248 "Winged1"
DeLorean Parts Northwest, LLC
www.delorean-parts.com


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Phil Priestley <phil@xxxx> wrote:
> Yesterday I jumped the otterstad to confirm that it was dead and 
sure enough the fans roared to life. I noticed that every time  I  
> "unjumped" the otterstad leads the frequency valve started buzzing 
for a second or two. Is this normal behavior? I don't remember that  
> happening before but then again it could be that it did and I 
didn't pay attention.
> 
> Phil Priestley







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