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Old 09-08-2005, 21:01   #1 (permalink)
Evan
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Broken Temp probe for fan relay

The temp probe for my fan relay broke. It was so corroded that it
broke in half. Is it possible to buy a new temp probe and splice it in?
What about the probe wires to the temp sending unit? Or should I just
buy a new kit?

I have connected the the wire for the a/c switch to constant hot as a
temporary solution.

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Old 09-09-2005, 12:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Broken Temp probe for fan relay

Evan wrote:

> The temp probe for my fan relay broke. It was so corroded that it
> broke in half. Is it possible to buy a new temp probe and splice it in?
> What about the probe wires to the temp sending unit? Or should I just
> buy a new kit?
>
> I have connected the the wire for the a/c switch to constant hot as a
> temporary solution.
>

It's a Borden tube, and can't be repaired.

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