Date: 10 Jul 2006 00:19:28 -0700
From: "timmy" <roche.johnnospaml.com>
Subject: Re: Radiator Fan - help/question


I confirmed that the relay was working correctly by changing it with the relay for the full beams, which is of the same type. Both seemed to be working fine. So as far as I can determine it doesn't appear to be the fault of the relay. Any other suggestions welcome from people who have had a similar experience. Marco Senft wrote: > timmy wrote: > > When should the radiator fan come on. Normal operating temperature is > > halfway up the temperture gauge. So I guess it should not come on as > > long as it stays around this. How far up does the temperture needle > > need to go before the fan should kick in? > > The radiator fan should go on and off even at normal operating > temperature, especially in summer or urban traffic. I had a similar > problem on an old 9000 quite some time ago. AFAIR it was some > malfunctioning relay, but I don't know anything more specific. Take a > look at the relays, maybe you notice something suspicious. > > -- > Marco Senft > http://www.t2g.ch/

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