[DML] Re: Overheating in the fuse/relay compartment
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[DML] Re: Overheating in the fuse/relay compartment

Sounds like you made up a pretty nice mod. I would still try to fix
the reason for the excessive build-up of heat. Something is wrong for
your car to generate that much heat in that area. It could be the
heater fan is going bad and drawing way too much current. Get an
ammeter on it and see what it is sucking up in the way of amps. Also
check all of the connections for heat damage. Take the cover off of
the fuses, it will help them stay cooler too.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "dadoc2791" <gekko@...> wrote:
> The other day I decided to once again address the heat issue in the 
> relay compartment.  By setting the AC/Heater fan switch to #4 (High 
> speed), within 10-15 minutes the circuit breaker (CB) would blow, 
> cutting off the AC/Heater completely, for about 3-6 minutes before it 
> cools enough to reset itself and fire up for another 5+ minutes 
> before overheating again.  The hotter it is outside (and inside) the 
> faster it blows the CB and the longer it takes to reset.
> I replaced all the relays, fuses and the CBs (the AC CB with a higher 
> amperage), replaced the blower fan, the speed control resistor 
> cluster and even checked the cool air return to the lower fan 
> housing.  Still, the problem exists.


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