[DML] Re: Cooling Fans
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[DML] Re: Cooling Fans

That could be a number of things.
I've had several otterstats go bad and cause a similar problem.
Also, depends on if you have any of the "fan fail" modifications.
If you do you need to be very careful because fans sticking on my be 
due to a failure of the "fan fail" circuit relays.  This is 
dangerous, it happened to me and the wires melted and could have 
caused a fire.  I'll let the technical experts tell you all the 
testing methods but I would definetely isolate this because 
continuous current in the wrong place can overheat the wires but not 
necessarily blow the fuse.  (personal experience)

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, delorean12@... wrote:
> I am having a problem with #10648.  The minute I turn on the car 
the fans kick on and stay on.  Evey once and a while it will turn off 
but most of the time it stays on.  Is this a bad relay?  Usually it 
periodically turns on and off when cooling is needed.
> Thanks,
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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