Originally Posted by BFlinn181
The electric fan blowing air through the condenser is usually tied to the compressor electric clutch. When the compressor is engaged and creating pressure, the fan is running, regardless of whether the RV is moving or not.
No, on the Peak chassis (Alpine), the dash A/C condenser is in back and "outboard" of the CAC and radiator. The hydraulically driven fan comes on based only on coolant temperature, so if coolant temperature is lower than "fan cut-on" temperature, there is insufficient air flow through the A/C condenser.
2003 Alpine 38FDDS