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Re: Audis vs Batteries
Hairy green toads from Mars made Robert D. Houk say:
> On mine, the radiator runs on "low" (of 3) speeds with the key off, a
> fairly mellow breeze-inducing speed. With the key/ignition on, a relay
> bypasses the "low" speed dropping resistor, yielding "medium" speed,
> still controlled by the radiator-mounted thermo-switch.
Hmmm. This brings up something I was tinkering with last week
on Angela's 1990 20V 90Q. Trying to look at a problem with the
temperature guage, I let the car run a while to get hot.
After a few minutes, the fan had not come on, so I turned the
car off. As soon as I did, the fan came on low. When I turned
the key back on, the fan turned off.
Is this normal behavior?
As a related question (related to the original problem I was
looking at), where is the connection for the temp guage?
Her car either reads normal temp, or dead zero. Sometimes
hitting a bump causes it to change state. I assume it's a
loose connetion somewhere.
Andrew L. Duane (JOT-7) firstname.lastname@example.org
Digital Equipment Corporation (603)-881-1294
110 Spit Brook Road http://www.zk3.dec.com/~duane
Nashua, NH 03062-2698
Only my cat shares my opinions, and she doesn't exhibit normal behavior.