Low speed fan comes on at 226 and off at 219. High speed comes on at 235 and off (back to low speed) at 226.Can someone tell me at what temp the low speed fan should come on? or point me to an earlier discussion?
I don't believe my fan is coming on until the highspeed relay is engaged.
No, that problem disappears with the change to my fan. The one ohm resistor is that massive 100 watt brown ceramic part inside the shroud. I have never seen one fail.Mike,
Your point about the resistor is an interesting one. I replaced the stock fan last year with one of your fans, so does that problem still exist with your model fan?
Since you did not specify anything about fan speeds...... I'm going to make a guess at the operation of the fan.So, I've done some troubleshooting on the fan situation and this is what I've found:
With the AC turned off, the fan does NOT kick in at all until the temp reaches 235. It stays on until the temp drops to 219, then the fan stops and the low speed fan does NOT kick in. (not good!)
With the AC on, the fan kicks in at 225 and stays on until the temp goes down to 219, at which time it shuts off. (which sounds like normal operation)
Does this sound to you or the others like a low speed relay issue or something else?
If its a relay, do you know the part number?
Thanks for your help, Mike