Re: [DML] Fuse #5 blowing
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Re: [DML] Fuse #5 blowing



Thanks for all the help on this problem guys! It turned out one of the
wires to the temperature switch had hit the exhaust manifold and was
melted. I would have never guessed to look back there because the
manual says nothing about #5 powering the temperature switch. Oddly
enough it looks like this might have happened before to my car... the
same wire that was melted has a different connecter than the second
wire. The car is running great now though, just in time for this great
fall weather!

Louie Golden
VIN 5252 Charlotte, NC

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Hervey" <john@xxxx> wrote:
>
> Louie, You might look around the otterstat, #5 powers that also and
if the
> wire hit the exhaust manifold there would be the short.
> John Hervey







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