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Old 04-19-2001, 07:48 AM
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Vin: Now that I think about it, if he jumps the higher temp sockets on the temp sensor, and the fan goes into low speed, it's pretty well diagnosed right there. If he can also jump over to the low temp socket and the fan shuts off, that pretty much completes the diagnosis as far as I'm concerned. Only other thing he could do is verify his findings by getting out the book and checking resistances through the temp sensor pins. On the resistor block, I think these are 2 seperate paths, if the resistor goes out, it will prevent the low speed to work. i believe on this car there is only the one to run the fan at low speed, the high speed fan has no resistor block......Gilly
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