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


One thing to add to Rob's comment, since Rob reminded me of just
this issue earlier this month.  If you happen to be running under
very warm conditions and you do not have your parcel shelf loaded
down completely from side to side, you may consider driving with
the carpet and wooden fuse/relay cover removed, to allow cool air
to circulate through the fuse/relay area.  Relays will stay cooler.

Also, if you cannot wait until the new "Zilla factory" is built,
there are new digital electronic parts for the DeLorean in the
very near future, so stay tuned for more information to follow.
Three new products are in the works and are currently being tested.

Rich W.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, <rob@xxxx> wrote:
> Paul,
> Fanzilla is highly recommended but you won't find one until my 
> finishes building a new "factory". In the meantime our relay 
update kit
> (K111168), and everyone else's, would solve most of your current 
> 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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