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Old 04-09-2000, 02:57 PM
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You are either not getting enough flow at lower speeds or do not have enough fan.

Verify the activity of your auxilary cooling fan. For diagnostic purposes by-pass the high pressure refrigerant switch and the low speed ciruit should make the fan work. See if that makes a diiference. (this of course only applies if your fan wasn't on at all). Check the your fuses as this is a common problem - the fuses expand and contract under changes of current flow and the fuse cracks.

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