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Old 07-06-2022, 12:58 PM   #1
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2005 holiday rambler endeavor dash a/c condensor fan

dealing with a dash a/c condenser fan issue, condenser fan isnt running, no power to larger 10-12guage wire going directly to condenser fan, compressor is kicking on like is should, i have proper ground as the same condenser fan connector

provided wiring diagrams that i got with the coach are worthless and dont show much about what powers the condenser fan, there must be a relay someplace that i havnt found in the rear of the coach, i cant see them running a 10-12g wire from front electrical box all the way to the back? maybe someone has a diagram or knows where the fan relay might be located

this is a rear engine driven fan setup with a separate condenser located on the drivers side compartment

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In my 2008 knight there is a 20A breaker and relay in front run bay that provides power to A/C clutch and A/C condensor

providing that the relay is receiving an input from the control ckt
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Welcome to the forum:

Check back often. This group has a tremendous amount of information.

My 2008 has a relay in a small box below the driver in the outside compartment. It has a 20 amp fuse providing power through it. That power controls both my condenser and my compressor.

Chased a nasty intermittent many years ago.

This is from my 2008 but may help you get a sense of how things are in your RV.

https://1drv.ms/b/s!Aqrv2TUdbV6xl3PW...riawr?e=7tzmSY
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