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



My guess is that when the fans come on the system voltage drops enough
to shut the Lamda ECU down. This can be because of loose/dirty
electrical connections, a low or old battery, or an alternator that
isn't putting out enough. First have the battery load tested and have
the alternator tested for output. Many places will do this for free to
sell you new stuff. If they are bad replace. If they check out start
cleaning all electrical connections and make sure the belt to the
alternator is not slipping. The FV should buzz all the time the engine
is running.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Tom" <tomciodmc@xxxx> wrote:
> Phil
> 
> Nothing to worry about. This could be a normal behavior. Especially
if your 
>







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