Red WarninG (not a virus)
quattro at brettd.dsl.speakeasy.net
Tue Feb 13 00:26:00 EST 2001
At 11:53 PM -0500 2/12/01, Nate Stuart wrote:
> > >AFAIK) to be sure that it is the culprit (or just unplug it and see if
>> >warning is gone).
>> Don't unplug that sensor and run the car for more than about 10
>> minutes at standstill.
>> It is responsible for activating the second stage fan and if the car
>> is left idling, it WILL overheat; during the winter months, the
>> temperature is too cold for the A/C compressor to come on, which
>Uh, I beleive the fan is controlled by the sensor in the bottom of the rad.
>Not any sensor physically connected to the engine.
Hmm, you might be right about the separate sensor in the bottom of
the radiator...now I can't remember. And the Bently manuals are in
the car, outside(25 degrees :-)
Also, I assumed we were talking about a type 44...sorry.
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