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Old 06-10-2002, 01:59 PM   #1
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Any ideas as to what is wrong with my A/C system? The 20amp fuse keeps blowing. Maybe the condenser clutch is going out?
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Erik's got the condensor off his 96 that was working great when taken off. Also has the condensor fan sitting around....

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Nevermind...found out the problem. The freaking condenser fan blades are hitting the shroud.
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im having the same problem too

you can get them new for 200 shipped or used for 40

how much is a flex-a-lite (sp?) going for?

thinner (sexier) and more cooling, i would imagine if higher fan rpm
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im having the same problem too

you can get them new for 200 shipped or used for 40

how much is a flex-a-lite (sp?) going for?

thinner (sexier) and more cooling, i would imagine if higher fan rpm
Not sure how much the flex-a-lite costs. I can fix mine though. One of the bolts was loose. Should work now.
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