Re: [DML] Fanzilla Failure???
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Re: [DML] Fanzilla Failure???

I would check the relay sockets the Fanzilla connects to. I had a similar 
issue where one of the fans didn't work. Turned out the connector that 
feeds one of the fans had come loose and was pushed out of the socket when 
I plugged the Fanzilla in. The fix was simple, just push the metal tab back 
out on the connector and it will then snap back into place in the socket. 
As for the Fan Fail light, it never came on as the Fanzilla only alerts you 
to a problem if one of the fuses blow.

VIN 4099

At 07:06 PM 7/16/2006 -0400, you wrote:
>I have been having a problem with the AC not blowing as cold as it used 
>to. During troubleshooting I found one of the cooling fans (left one) is 
>not coming on. I metered it at the fan connection and there was no 
>voltage. I popped the electronics bay cover and examined the 2 fuses on 
>the fanzilla and they are both good. I even tried switching them. Do 
>fanzillas go bad? What do I trouble shoot next?

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