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Looking at the fuse panel from the front/facing it (like you are on your knees in the trunk, and the fuse panel is a "customer" ), there are short spacers (approximately 5mm) at the top two screws, and the bottom right screw . . . the bottom left uses a much longer spacer as the distance between the panel and the tub is much farther away there. You probably know this, but Ace usually has a wide variety of nylon spacer sizes - Home Depot & Lowes usually have some, too.

So the Retroair nose condenser fan has it's own relay? The OEM one does not and the only relay associated with it is one that covers more than just that fan and is far to "big", amp wise, (25 amp - also covers the evaporator fan, the compressor clutch, etc), for the nose fan's wiring (aka - can't rely on its fuse to protect the fan wiring).

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Old 04-03-2017, 08:43 AM
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