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Old 08-14-2005, 12:06 PM
madhatter madhatter is offline
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Well, I think you clarified one thing for me which is that once the fan clutch is engaged it automatically rotates at engine speed, which at idle is not that fast. As far as the testing went, if I just jumped the two female connectors that go onto the fan switch itself, the fan clutch engages and works fine. So theoretically, when the fan switch itself reaches proper temp, it connects the circuit inside and engages the fan clutch. But if I take single lead jumper wires from the female switch connector and connect them to the poles on the switch itself, no fan still. Jump the two female connectors again and fan comes on. Leading me to only guess that the new temp switch is failing to close the circuit when the proper temp is reached. Am missing something? Thanks.

Steve
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