[DML] Re: Otterstat Popped Out While Driving
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[DML] Re: Otterstat Popped Out While Driving

it may be some previous owner decided to short the wires to run 
continuous to save changing the switch!.

just pull the leads off and see if the fans stop and if there is a 
short either deliberate or accidental

or the switch is faulty, easy to change.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "trdstne71" <trdstne71@xxxx> wrote:
> Heh - so few people recognize the reference... :-D
> Anyway - I suppose it's possible.  But when I pulled my otterstat, 
> it had a reasonably thick plastic/rubber shielding around the two 
> pins that the electrical system connected to.  Maybe if it wore 
> or something...
> Treadstone71
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, kjc <ckevinj@xxxx> wrote:
> >
> > Hmmm.. question about this otterstadt and the metal clip:
> > can the metal clip ground out one of the connections on the 
> otterstat and
> > either cause the fans to run continuous or not all?
> > Seems like it could, which could my issue, they run constantly 
> the
> > engine never warms up enough when its not hot outside.
> > -Jason Bourne-- er, Kevin

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