[DML] Re: Question about Air Conditioning cycling
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[DML] Re: Question about Air Conditioning cycling

I have the Special T Auto Fan Fail fix 2 x 2.  The engine cooling 
system works fine, so would the otterstat still be suspect?

Thanks for the advice,


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Lawrence Lormand" <lawrencesr@...> 
> If you a/c is cycling in that short of time 1st what fan fail 
> are you using? have you upgraded your fans? Have you checked your 
> otter switch for cracks,corrotion or bad contacts I would check 
> otter switch first then try startnig your car & using the air & 
> if that made a differance
> Lawrence
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "sweetp01569" <paul.sweet@> wrote:
> >
> > While my car was in getting lowering springs and shocks done, I 
> asked 
> > the mechanic to check out the AC.  He said it seemed to work 
> it 
> > blows cold air and is not leaking anywhere.  However, the 
> > cycling of the cooling fans worries me.  The fans will stay on 
> only 
> > two seconds, and off for about 5 seconds, on and off on and 
> > Wouldn't this cause excessive wear on the fans to energize them 
> every 5 
> > seconds, and they only stay on for 2 seconds?  It doesn't seem 
> right.  
> > The cycle tiem seemed to be longer last year when I had it 
> in 
> > August.  I have the R134 conversion.
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > 
> > Paul
> >

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