RE: [DML] Cabin ventilation fans and screwy cooling system..
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RE: [DML] Cabin ventilation fans and screwy cooling system..


Fanzilla is highly recommended but you won't find one until my supplier
finishes building a new "factory". In the meantime our relay update kit
(K111168), and everyone else's, would solve most of your current problems.
Your heater fan C.B. is overheating causing the cabin fan to cut out when
hot. BTW 220 is the normal cooling fan "kick-in" temp.

Rob Grady 

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Sent: Thursday, July 21, 2005 9:56 AM
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Subject: [DML] Cabin ventilation fans and screwy cooling system..

I have something weird happening with fans in the cabin.  I was 
running A/C on max, and the vent fans on the highest setting.  For 
one thing, the A/C cycling really does kick things on and off when 
it cycles (probably should get Fanzilla - is this still 
recommended?).  Anyway, the ventilation fans suddenly stopped 
working.  The A/C and fan switch were still on high, but no blowers 
throught the vents.  I shut the A/C and fan switch back on, and the 
blowers worked again for the rest of my drive.  This has happened 
once before as well.  Is there a circuit breaker or switch that 
resets itself if blown?

After reaching my destination, I think my radiator fans also were 
not working after shutting the A/C off.  The temp gauge was at 220 
as I shut the engine off - a little high I think.  Just this 
morning, I idled the engine in my driveway and the fans kicked in 
fine at around 180-190, and knocked the heat right down again.  It 
seemed to run  great just above the white line 160 deg mark for 
about 15 minutes, no problems.  

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