Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2007 18:17:33 GMT
From: th <someguynospamwhere.se>
Subject: Re: strange noise in dash when turning


bozo wrote: > > ALSO - you don't need to stick anything in the opening of the cabin temp > sensor to see if it is running (could be costly for you to do that) - just > take a smallish section of single ply toilet or kleenex type tissue and rest > it against the cabin sensor grille - the fan sucks in so if it is working, > it will hold the tissue in place. Over time, the little temp sensor bulb in > there can acquire a "helmet" of crud and that can affect sensor accuracy - > that can be resolved with a spritz of compressed air from a photo/computer > type air-blast cleaner can You can also listen for the fan just after turning the engine off. The fan runs for several seconds with no engine running and that sound is clearly audible. -- th

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