Re: [DML] Fan Fail melting
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Re: [DML] Fan Fail melting

No I was talking about Todd Nelsons car. He installed a Fan Fail Fix  
Dual 2X2 that was Miss-wired and melted a bunch of his wires in his car.

He just posted here today that it DID happen.

Mark V

On Sep 14, 2007, at 10:57 AM, John Hervey wrote:

> Mark, I know your not a fan of the Fan Fail 2x2 but I would think  
> that if
> one would have done this I would have heard about it. Davis T. not  
> to long
> ago was talking about the Fan Zilla having a over heating problem  
> also and
> the wires getting real hot. The Fan Fix 2 x 2 will get hot also  
> tucked down
> in the relay compartment and handling all that current.
> I think what you are referring to is Ron's Wester's car that had the
> original 3 leg jumper in it and it caught on fire. This was about 2  
> years
> ago.
> As I have said before and to you if you want to have a good safe  
> system then
> get the heat out of the kitchen and replace the fans. 30 amps on the
> original and 11 amps on the replacement and you can go back to a  
> stock relay
> set up with no problems. The original fans are the current hog of  
> the whole
> electrical system in the car and pose the biggest threat.
> John Hervey
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