On Thu, 9 Oct 2003, wayne osborne wrote:
> If the temp drops down to a respectable level when driving, appears there's
> nothing actually wrong with your system. Since it goes up while setting
> still it would appear that there is not enough air flow through the
> I know many folks who have ditched the mechanical and gone full electric.
> Not a bad idea and i've been toying with it myself.
I would suggest first off to replace the stock fan with a good quality
flex fan. Usually this will cure a "running warm" situation if all else is
OK. I'm not a big fan of going all electric. Haven't had to yet.
Especially if your vehicle has the stock electrical system. If you've
already rewired the vehicle and have a high output alternator by all means
wire it up, and use relays for all the fans...
Scott H. Zekanis
1957 Buick Riviera Hardtop (2 dr., 364" Nailhead)
1959 GMC in Chevy sheetmetal 1/2 ton (235" Inline 6)
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