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Old 05-13-2010, 08:53 PM   #1
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Holiday Rambler A/C Fan suck or blow?

Hi I have a 1996 Holiday Rambler Dp and on the sides near the back there is a square hole with a louver one side is air for the engine the other side is for the a/c condensor My electric fan on my condensor went out so I replaced it but now im not 100% sure if I wired it right The fan I replaced it with was identical to it but considered a universal unit Im afraid i might have it blowing instead of sucking I was wondering if someone could tell me if theres sucks in or blows out?
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... Im afraid i might have it blowing instead of sucking I was wondering if someone could tell me if theres sucks in or blows out?
chadandapril, The direction of flow is going to be toward the condensor if the fan is mounted on the outside face of the rig. That's my stroy and I'm sticking to it!
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Just in case someone else has this problem the fan sucks air in toward the engine
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