Help Me Preserve My Repurtation
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Sat Sep 2 18:13:53 EDT 2006
Huw, thanks again for your for reply.
--- Huw Powell <audi at humanspeakers.com> wrote:
> > Huw, thank you for your insightful input. But now
> > have a few Qs based on your reply, if I may :)
> Sure, but I want to point out a coupe of things
> first. One, I only have
> passing familiarity with the QSW. Two, although I
> have an '89 90Q, the
> car in question was a 20v and might be quite
> different. Three, the QSW
> is going to be different from that 20v.... but
> anyway, I'll see if I can
> at least shed light on what I already said anywhere.
> > I'm almost certain the relay is there, right
> > the driver's side headlight.
> There's a big difference already - the post 1985
> type 85 and 89 have the
> relay in the underhood fusebox. I think the
> afterrun relay is in the
> auxiliary relay panel underdash. As I recall, the
> QSW fusebox is quite
> >>On the QSW/4kq/cgt, the resistive drop is only
> >>for the afterrun fan triggered by the sender on
> >>back of the head.
> Now here, obviously, I am generalizing to the QSW,
> which could be quite
> > By "restrictive drop" I guess you mean as produced
> > said resistor, again in the case of my '87 QSW
> > in the metal support/shroud for the fan.
> > Also, by the back of the head, do you mean the
> > sender off a little metal bracket attached to the
> > of the valve cover on the passenger side
> Yes, that one.
> Beyond this, I wouldn't (shouldn't) want to
> pontificate about the
> radiator fan setup on the QSW - as a car designed to
> "work hard," a
> wagon that one often sees with a tow hitch, it might
> be set up to cool
> itself more aggressively than the sedans and coupes.
> Huw Powell
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