temp sensor fan stuck on

Charles Baer charlie at istari.com
Sun Feb 5 16:55:16 EST 2006

You forgot that he has to hang by his toes from the rear-view
mirror in order to make the voltmeter test valid...

Oddly enough, the Bentley schematics indicate the power for
the aspirator fan comes from relay 8 for the anti-theft system...

Pop dah hood an' pullet!


Kent McLean wrote:
> Brett Dikeman wrote:
>  > ... the climate control fan for the in-dash temperature
>  > sensor won't shut off with the ignition off.
> Figure out which fuse protects its circuit, then pull the fuse.
> Re-insert the fuse and see if it turns back on.
> If it does, remove the fuse while the car is parked. I'm
> clueless (mine chirps every once in a while and I live with
> it), but my guesses are a) there is a sensor that has died
> and causes the fan to run, and b) there is a short somewhere.
> If b), you should be able to pull the entire dash apart and
> hang upside down while trying to trace it with a voltmeter. :)
> -- 
> Kent McLean
> '94 100 S Avant, "Moody"
> '89 200 TQ, "Bad Puppy" up in smoke
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