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Old 05-17-2019, 09:51 PM   #1
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AC condenser fan not working

Hello all I have a 05 Winnebago Vectra and the chassis ac condenser mounted drivers side rear does not work. No power to plug, bypass the plug with power to motor and it works fine. AC compressor clutch works fine......fuse? Relay? Where to look. Or is it a pressure switch? How to troubleshoot? thanks in advance for help
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Because my A/C condenser sits in front of the front solid axle , it has a relay as part of the Newmar installed portion of the Evans/Tempcon wiring . So with your location I couldn't say if there is Freightliner wiring /fuses/relays involved .

Perhaps best to get wiring diagrams and schematics for your chassis , direct from Freightliner , by calling them with your chassis serial number . I have mine that were sent out as pdfs. Once you have them , keep them safe because F/L is slowly phasing out this support for older chassis.
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Here is a service manual for a Denso unit. It may help.
If you have an Evans unit, google for info.
Good luck. I'm currently working on my Denso unit. What a pain in the a$$.
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