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Old 05-01-2017, 08:29 PM   #15
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Only reason I asked about the small core/radiator on the right is: 1- the connection looks a lot like an A/C hose; 2-the OP's post began with "...the fan doesn't run"; and 3-if it is the A/C condenser, the fan is behind it so no direct air flow from fan anyway. So at this point, does anyone know where the A/C condenser coil is?
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Only reason I asked about the small core/radiator on the right is: 1- the connection looks a lot like an A/C hose; 2-the OP's post began with "...the fan doesn't run"; and 3-if it is the A/C condenser, the fan is behind it so no direct air flow from fan anyway. So at this point, does anyone know where the A/C condenser coil is?
That small sandwich cooler on the right hand side of the picture is the transmission cooler.

The condenser is in directly behind the fan, behind the condenser is the radiator/engine oil cooler


At least that is how it was on my P30 chassis, when I had it, I did install a electric fan on the trans cooler with a toggle switch in the cab, would turn it on when go up grades.


straightening the condenser fins would improve air flow through the condenser and the radiator.
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On mine, 2002 P-32 Safari Trek with 8.1 engine there is a fuse box under the hood to the drivers side of the engine with 3 relays down the side, the middle relay is the air conditioner relay.

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Thanks everyone for all replies.
Traced the hoses and think I now know what everything is.
Gonna take it in and have the AC recharged first.
Then see if the fan starts up when AC is turned on.
Another issue I have is, wanted to change the thermostat from 195 to 180 and see that there is no antifreeze in it. Plus a lot of brown residue around the radiator cap.
Gonna drain rad, put some rad flush in, run for a while and fill with fresh antifreeze.
Also put a new thermostat in. All this might solve my overheating problem.
I'll post update as soon as I finish and test run.
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