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Old 10-02-2003, 12:47 PM
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According to the diagram (1986 300E) the wire that connects from the relay to the resistor and then to the fan is THINNER (rated at a lower current- AC pressure) than the other (temperature-high speed fan). If the resistor is jumped, more current will be drawn, hence frying the wire. (if the fuse doesn't blow first)
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