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Old 07-07-2003, 01:23 PM
Arthur Dalton Arthur Dalton is offline
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Originally posted by moedip
so if the fan comes on when engine temps are normal - chances are the sensor has failed (to be verified by checking ohmage of disconnected sensor) - right? So if I understand what you are saying. This is the only sensor (on rad hose) that will kick aux fan into high.

Correct .... or, a bad connection at the sensor connector
[ common fault] will do the same....

The high pressure sensor on a/c drier is what kicks the fan into low speed (unless load resister has been jumpered). Are my assumptions correct?
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