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Old 06-30-2016, 06:07 PM   #1
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Dash AC condenser fan

I'm trying to repair my dash ac and with the help of a friend who works on AC units, we found out my condenser fan was not coming on. We are not sure if it's a power issue or fan motor. Now we are trying to figure out how coachman wired it to power in the process of elimination. Nothing reads condenser fan in the fuse panel. I called freightliner and they stated it was put on my the body builder not them, but they are normally powered by an inline fuse, but so far we haven't found it. Unfortunately for my coach was built prior to the company being sold to Forest River. So no help calling the factory either.
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The fan usually has a high pressure switch to toggle it on and off as needed to reduce the heat and pressure. Check to be sure you have power to it.
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Old 06-30-2016, 07:03 PM   #3
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Found the issue, it was the relay. Now I also need coolant control valve for defroster. I have to find out where to order that. I may be able to get it from Napa??
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Could be an Evans Tempcon valve.

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Could be an Evans Tempcon valve.

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That's exactly what it is. Trying to see if I can purchase one locally.
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Ok found out the part I need is Electronic Coolant Valve part#rv218999. Looks like I may have to order but going to see if NAPA can cross ref with their part numbers.
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