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All it had to do was post, test the main memory and video card, thats it. DD driving my 20 year old project Now with new ball joints...again Splattered is offline Quote Quick Reply post #58 of 65 (permalink) Old 08-16-2011, 10:36 AM MikeB Veteran Poster I built my first 8088 XT system so many years ago that I'd rather not try and figure out just how many years that was, but I have NEVER seen temps Roy’s fan starts in slow-speed at » the 9:00 position. -R.G.

Solution: Someone here posted about using wire ties in an unrelated post, so that's what I decided to do. Splattered is offline Quote Quick Reply post #55 of 65 (permalink) Old 08-16-2011, 01:23 AM Thread Starter Splattered PostWhoreThe AFDB is on a lil tight. Also, thanks to your directions for diagnosing fan problems, I was able to pinpoint the A/C ballast resistor as the problem in the other front fender. Loading... https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-help-speedfan-temp-248-f.1032878/

One time delivering pizza in the summer I got it so hot it started to add more gas to compensate. My case height for heat sinks is around the 145mm Mark Appreciate some help here people ! Enough of the senseless whining, sorry guys. UPDATE.

for a long time, and is getting cooling purely from flow through the cooler. HELP please! 3 out of 3 people think this is helpful. I am running a monster trans cooler so that isnt even an issue here. Well, I can't find the DIS but I will keep searching.

Haha ! Heavily. DD driving my 20 year old project Now with new ball joints...again Splattered is offline Quote Quick Reply post #36 of 65 (permalink) Old 02-26-2011, 11:06 PM XR7-4.6 Slightly Disjointed The fender should be noticeably warm to the touch.

Slight vibration on steering wheel when idle. ? Note: The CCRM has been changed, the fuel pressure is correct. I don't know if these are the ones you meant, but they had no effect. I agonized for some time about a suitable location to mount the new resistor.

  1. Yeah I know that Ford is ok but the price is really high.
  2. Considering the high-cost of a replacement CCU—and the advantages of cooler oil temperatures—R.G.
  3. It will stay clean, and when you see it going bad, you know to redo it.
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  5. I clipped 3 fan harnesses from v8 stangs so I have 2 others if anyone is looking to using a stang fan PM me for a cheap price alternative to getting
  6. This thing should fry itself in less than 5 minutes.

Join Date: Mar 2007 Location: is hot Posts: 3,868 Quote: Originally Posted by racecougar View Post Trans fluid won't last too long at that temp. Im sorry if this sounds vague/wrong it was a long time ago. Back to top Back to Internal Hardware 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → Hardware → Internal Hardware Part #993 616 521 01.

Send me an email and I will send you the 301 page owners manual and the engine sensors location schematic to help you in your frustration, er uh I mean adventure. I went to our local auto parts outlet after locating one (AutoZone) that offered pre-programmed units based on your VIN. Rod @ AzzKicker Cars [email protected] 90 XR7-The Meth Addict-KB SC'd 5.0L DOHC Stroker 2004 Mustang GT-The Driver-Intake/Exhaust/3.73's 1995 F150 4x4-The Mud Toy-5.0L/4R70W/33's/Warn 8274 Winch 94 LX w/Splitport 3.8L from 2000 Mustang I come from a dusty place. 4point6r0x0rz is offline Quote Quick Reply post #57 of 65 (permalink) Old 08-16-2011, 05:09 AM Thread Starter Splattered PostWhoreThe AFDB is on a lil

Or, the equivalent readings can be obtained at 14-pin connector T-34 in the luggage compartment, between pins #1 and #10. Unless you are overclocking any old AM3 compatible heatsink will do, but first I'd get a real temperature reading to see even if you need one. Next to Fords, any computer is a piece of cake. (The cake, its not a lie) 3770K @4.5, Corsair H100, GTX780, 16gig Samsung, Obsidian 700 (yes there is a 700) Back The bad news is that they run anywhere from 110 bucks for the base brain which are pre-programmed at the factory and are usually in stock, at least they were at

My low fan will not come on like it is supposed to so tomorrow I am replacing the sensors. has a ’95 with the exact same problem as Jai. sensor terminal #2 = continuity. · From CCU G-18 to temp.

I love old cars, give me a car with just a carb and i am in my element, but these injected modern marvels are gonna be the death of me.

You might as well be speaking another language to me. You will most likely burn up the PCM if you disconnect or reconnect it with power applied. To verify that the fan will physically operate in slow or fast speed: Caution: Keep in mind the relay terminals are energized (12V). -Remove relay R04 (oil cooler blower). -Jump terminals I placed a lock nut in the hex opening in the resistor (it was clearly made for this) fastened it in place with only the screw head and a washer showing

Went to a Valero gas station then it started running horribly, jerking, missing, I burned out the... Look for a bad(like rusty or missing)ground wire. L Age: 33 Posts: 7,142 Quote: Originally Posted by MikeB View Post The maximum trans fluid temp allowed under those same operating conditions is 248 F (120 C). You saved me a bundle and I had fun doing the repair.

The motorcraft pigtail was like $40, iirc. I ignored it since I got it in March of 2009. His fan runs both in slow and fast-speed when jumpered. -Patrick's 993 has a fan that will not operate in slow speed. DD driving my 20 year old project Now with new ball joints...again Splattered is offline Quote Quick Reply Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TCCOA.com Advertisement post #32 of 65 (permalink)

The darn thing actually runs this way and I don't remember if I mentioned it or not (since I've been whining about the NB so much) the system is rock solid. I'd like to say this bad boy really works well so far with an OLD tired stock fan. All rights reserved. I have forwarded this information onto E.J.

If the electric radiator fan comes on when engine is cold started, is this a ba... 1997/Thunderbird/V8. Yesterday 08:47 PM by Rayo Buyer's Resource Auto Loans Get Approved Today Warranty Extended warranty packages Vehicle History Get a vehicle history report in seconds! I'd clean it real well with brake parts cleaner, let it dry, and clear coat it all over real well. I don't have a temp gauge on the trans cooler but Im sure the temp is fine as is( by passed and without a fan).

Will you please send me an email so we can talk direct. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - answers to the best of my ability by DeadSeeds / May 6, 2007 2:28 AM PDT In reply to: Some questions for you It sucks to have to send it back, but show me another company that will replace your part if you damage it in an accident. Anyone know where else I should upgrade the ground?

L Age: 33 Posts: 7,142 I bought my stuff through Ford. A few OZs btw I weigh 155 so anyone talking about weight being added I still keep it light enough. Urethane drivers motor mount.