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Old 10-28-2007, 07:45 PM   #11
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The van uses both water temp and throttle position to determine when to turn on the fan.

Frequently above 190 and always above 215 I can make the fan come on and go off by changing the throttle. It was worrisome at first, but now I just tell myself that it is working correctly.

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Old 10-28-2007, 08:17 PM   #12
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Re: Engine fan

It appears you engine is de-rating...possibly from a false partial overheat. Check our your overflow bottle for low coolant or replace the temp sensor.

Of course...I could be wrong

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Mike I thought the factory programmed the fan to come on at 215.

Mine comes on (sometimes) when the engine is cold, less than 100 degrees.

I have a ScanGage... The fan comes on anytime it feels like it.

190,200,215,227. Anytime theres a slight grade it hits 215.

It sounds like, from other post, the fan does come on alot.

When the fans on full it seems like I lose 40 horsepower.

I still want to take off the front bumper and see what happens...

Take care

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Old 10-31-2007, 12:07 AM   #13
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Re: Hood scoop

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I thought of a hood scoop, but I think it might let in too much water.. I put louvers in the hood and on the side front fenders. I also put a scoop under the bumper.
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Did you put the louvers in yourself? Some sort of puch or technique? I saw louvers on a GTRV van that had a cummings diesel in it, and they were not the typical "cut a rectangular hole and mount a louver plate over it"

I'd like to get louvers on the side, gill style
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