Re: [DML] Re: Fan Fix Electrical Problems
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Re: [DML] Re: Fan Fix Electrical Problems



I have had the same problem, every once in a while my
fans will stay on when I turn the car off and I have
the fan fix. They work fine while the car is running,
they cycle when they are suppose, its just every now
and then when I turn off the car the fans stay on and
I have to dis-connect the fan fix from the battery.

Joey
#6297



--- Lawrence Lormand <lawrencesr@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Dale,
> I was told this never happened before by the maker,
> I've experienced 
> the same problem & was told it isn't the fan fix
> unit from Hervey, I 
> even sent it back to him & he said he couldn't find
> a problem so 
> when mine stayed on I hit the rear shelf & it would
> stop, but when 
> it melted the main lead to the battery while I was
> driving, I threw 
> the damn thing in the trash, cost me a rare left
> dark grey carpet 
> also from the acid lead I just replaced the
> carpeting to make the 
> car look good to. first my alternator catches fire,
> then My fan fix, 
> spend the dough & get melt downs for a fix. end up
> with wire fixes. 
> Should make my own & give them away what a guarantee
> Lawrence
> 
> 
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "funkstuf"
> <funkstuf@...> wrote:
> >
> > The other day after driving 4984, the cooling fans
> were stuck on.
> > This has happened before, and I've alleviated it
> by unplugging the
> > fan fix module.  Sometimes they turn off on there
> own.
> > I went into the house for a little bit.  When I
> came out they were 
> > still on. I also had the fan fix module from
> Special-T.  The fuses 
> on 
> > it were quite hot.  One was melted. I don't
> believe that initially 
> it 
> > was due to the fan fix module, I just think it got
> too hot with 
> them 
> > sitting there running.  Is there another relay
> that sticks or 
> > something that causes these to stick on?  Any
> ideas?
> > 
> > Dale Funk
> > #4984
> > #941





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