[DML] Re: interior fans (not radiator fans) intermittent operation
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[DML] Re: interior fans (not radiator fans) intermittent operation

Check and see if the circuit breaker is cycling. You will know if you
hear a "ting" coming from the fuseblock area when the fans stop. You
might have to remove the carpet and wood cover to make it more
noticable. You should check if you have the uprated circuit breakers
installed for the heater fan and the cooling fans. If not, the vendors
sell a kit.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Farrar <fhudkins@...> wrote:
> Hey gang,
> While testing the cooling power of my air conditioning, I noticed that 
> the car has developed the following behaviour pattern:
> 1. fans will come on and blow for several minutes.
> 2. fans will stop blowing for several minutes.
> 3. repeat of 1 and 2.
> FYI, the relays in my car are not original -- they have the 
> characteristic "swipe" mark on them.
> Is this a relay (behind the passenger seat) problem or a resistor (next 
> to the blower motor) problem?
> Thanks,
> Farrar Hudkins
> #2613 (auto -- still sitting)


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