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Old 03-12-2006, 06:45   #1 (permalink)
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Can anyone tell me are the thermos on the el meant to suck air in or blow it out...is it possible they are wired up wrong????? confussed..
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Re: thermofans

Meant to suck air in through the radiator. If they are going the other way there's a wiring problem and you're likely to experience some cooling issues - if the car is still, they'd be feeding the radiator hot air and if it's moving they will attempt to blow the incomping air back. Not good for the cooling system and detrimental to thermofan life.
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Thanks madmelon... thought something wasnt right only just had the fans refitted after previous radiator probs..
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