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Best Answer kopi , 31 December 2017 - 07:45 AM

Faulty radiator switch!

I placed both old and new radiator switch on boiling water. The old one remain open even after the new closed.

After fitting the new switch, I plugged in my ACR2 again. The aux fan switches on when coolant temp reading on the ACR2 was at 90. The switch is rated at 82/92.

Thanks again all!

(Bit concerned about my MAP reading 48kpa but thats a topic for another day) Go to the full post


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#16 kopi

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Posted 31 December 2017 - 02:05 AM

This is super helpful thanks!

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Posted 31 December 2017 - 07:45 AM   Best Answer

Faulty radiator switch!

I placed both old and new radiator switch on boiling water. The old one remain open even after the new closed.

After fitting the new switch, I plugged in my ACR2 again. The aux fan switches on when coolant temp reading on the ACR2 was at 90. The switch is rated at 82/92.

Thanks again all!

(Bit concerned about my MAP reading 48kpa but thats a topic for another day)

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Posted 01 January 2018 - 04:01 PM

Faulty radiator switch!

I placed both old and new radiator switch on boiling water. The old one remain open even after the new closed.

After fitting the new switch, I plugged in my ACR2 again. The aux fan switches on when coolant temp reading on the ACR2 was at 90. The switch is rated at 82/92.

Thanks again all!

(Bit concerned about my MAP reading 48kpa but thats a topic for another day)

Good job! Congrats!






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