Re: [DML] Re: What is and where is a "fan speed thermal trip"
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Re: [DML] Re: What is and where is a "fan speed thermal trip"

Thanks! I figured it might be that. I have an issue where something overheats behind the control panel after about 10 minutes and then I lose my cabin fan completely until it cools down. There is a burnt wire smell that accompanies this. I'm tearing into it this weekend and plan to replace the fan speed switch and check the wires for shorts, etc.

--- On Thu, 8/20/09, jtrealtywebspannet <jtrealty@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

From: jtrealtywebspannet <jtrealty@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [DML] Re: What is and where is a "fan speed thermal trip"
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Thursday, August 20, 2009, 9:33 PM


It is a circuit breaker and it "lives" next to the fuse block alongside the circuit breaker for the heater fan.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@yahoogroups .com, Daryl Scott <daryl_scott32@ ...> wrote:
> Shows up in the cabin fan circuit in addition to the resistor. Located in Section 8I. 
> Thanks!
> Daryl
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