[DML] Re: A/C compressor tied to fans?
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[DML] Re: A/C compressor tied to fans?



I had heard from someone that this might have been common practice on 
GM cars in the early 80's, so I guess it wouldn't be much of a stretch 
for it to be standard on a D.  That's why I wasn't sure if I had a 
problem or not.  But given everyone's input, it doesn't sound like 
it's normal for the DeLorean. The air here in Vegas in very dry 
anyway, so it's not helpful to me in the winter.  BTW, what's a 
defroster? :)

Thanks to all who responded with consistent opinions that I need to 
explore what might be going on with the diodes. On and off list, folks 
have helped me identify their location. If I have a bad one, I've also 
found them available for purchase.

I'll let you know what I find when it's all resolved...

Marv
#10820



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Macias" <jdm5@xxxx> wrote:
>
> I've heard of this before. Some will actually wire the A/C 
compressor 
> to run so that any condensation in the air is removed, particularly 
> when defroster is needed.
> 
> john








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