Re: [DMCForum] Re: FanZilla VS "Fan Fix":
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Re: [DMCForum] Re: FanZilla VS "Fan Fix":

Since you have low current fans, you don't have to worry as much as the
rest of us. Now if you want an actual functioning fan fail light, you have
to get a Fanzilla or Shain's new controller. All other controllers simply
turn on the light with the fans. Even then they aren't perfect, as when I
had a disconnected fan, the Fanzilla didn't turn on the light (one of its
fuses must blow for the light to turn on).

Now if you decide to skip the fail light function, then I would just wire
up two relays for your fans and get rid of the blue module. Our friend Toby
sells a kit to do this with directions if you want to make things easy for
ya. Don't worry about all the chatting on the DML regarding the fan
controllers right now since you don't have any of the common problems with
the high current fans.

Oh, as for the reason to get rid of the blue module, they are poorly
designed. The wiring inside them is too small for the stock fans. DMC
recognized this early on and created a recall. While it may not be a
problem for you with your fans, I personally wouldn't risk it.

VIN 4099

At 11:23 AM 10/25/2005 -0700, you wrote:
>I haven't touched my fan circuit since I bought the car. My "cooling
>fan fail" light goes on & off with the fans. I don't have a Zilla or a
>Fan Fix. I did install John's slim cooling fans so I'm drawing much
>less power.
>I also have a blue fan fail module installed. I'm not sure if it's
>been modified or has a jumper in there or what; how do I tell?
>Any advice on updating this would be great. If it's as simple as some
>relays and fuses I'd rather spend $20 on those and do it myself than
>$200 on a module. I don't need the sequenced startup features with my
>slim fans. Also, if it makes any difference, I would REALLY like to
>restore proper operation of the fan fail light. I don't want it on
>when the fans are on; I want it on if one of the fans has actually
>While I'm dreaming, has anyone added any sort of alert to the
>temperature gauge? I'd really like a simple circuit that energized a
>relay if the temp gauge got past a certain threshold.
>- Ryan
><> - Store your bookmarks. On
>every computer.

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