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  1. Last Flight Out

    Cooling Fan inoperable - where to start

    Quick update…replaced fuse and she works like a champ. Timed the fan run at 19 minutes and 45 seconds. Thanks for all your help.
  2. Last Flight Out

    Cooling Fan inoperable - where to start

    Just did that now....walmart FTW. Will test out tomorrow to 1) see if this fan comes on and 2) the fuse is stable for the draw. More to come.
  3. Last Flight Out

    Cooling Fan inoperable - where to start

    You're kidding right? I mean aside from the potential sizing issues....a 12v 5A fuse will operate like a 12v 5A fuse...Just having a hard time believing that anything other than a Toyota will have insufficient contact points and cause gremlins. Please tell me if I am wrong here....
  4. Last Flight Out

    Cooling Fan inoperable - where to start

    Fan works via jumping to batt. Removed fuse and it is blown (checked with meter). The fuse ribbon looks odd to me (inside), but I assume any 5A 12v glass type fuse will work here?
  5. Last Flight Out

    Cooling Fan inoperable - where to start

    How would I go about bypassing the thermo switch? Thanks for your help.
  6. Last Flight Out

    Cooling Fan inoperable - where to start

    This is clearly a fuse (in white/inline)...Just wanting to make sure it is THE cooling fan fuse.
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    Cooling Fan inoperable - where to start

    Not yet - that is next. IN terms of jumping - disconnect the green plug and jump directly to battery? Just making sure Im tracking as to 'how to jump' as I am new to this :)
  8. Last Flight Out

    Cooling Fan inoperable - where to start

    So I have a "dead" cooling fan and would like to get it working for the upcoming humid GA summer...I wanted to start with the inline fuse for this unit, but can someone confirm this is what the fuse looks like for the cooling fan? Its under dash, right of foot pedals and just next to the...
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