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Something is broken?

Hi fellows!

My 964 has the new paint. Fenders are not installed yet. Today I've found something. What is that? Any thoughts?





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Thats the Resistor that controls the fan speed on the cooler, about a fifty dollar part and you might as well replace it while its easy to get to..
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Yes, replace it while you are there...both of them - there is one on top of the oil cooler too.
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Yes, replace it while you are there...both of them - there is one on top of the oil cooler too.

You are right. Thanks. What do they do? Why two?


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They control the cooling fan on each of the radiators. The one on the driver side (US) is the A/C and the one on the passenger side (US) is the oil cooler. When the resister goes bad the fans typically don't turn on and so the car can't control the temperatures of each and they may overheat.
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Now everything is clear. It looks like somebody added the second one on the driver side. The access it's complicated. Somebody needed to be lazy ;-)


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Check Rennlist , a guy whose handle is "Laker" devised a pretty easy method for removal of these..
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Check Rennlist , a guy whose handle is "Laker" devised a pretty easy method for removal of these..

I will! Thanks a lot.


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