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So I’m setting to fix my AC and the auxiliary fans in the front are not functional, was wondering if this will play a factor if I run my AC on a normal basis or even wheeling?
 

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It's probably a bad relay. I'd check them to make sure the work and get the relay replaced if you are fortunate enough that that is your problem.

I would run them if it was me. I think you will definately notice a difference when sitting or going slower than 40 mph.
 

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OkieRover said:
It's probably a bad relay. I'd check them to make sure the work and get the relay replaced if you are fortunate enough that that is your problem.

I would run them if it was me. I think you will definately notice a difference when sitting or going slower than 40 mph.
right on for the reply, the relays are good but the actual fans are warped to the point that it wobbles it's self so bad that it hits the AC radiator.. off to the wrecking yard I guess.. :mad:
 
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