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my fan woes continue with my tr6 with hayden fan. just rec;d today and installed replacement hayden thermastat and also swapped new relay. nothing happened! clearly i must have a short or an open line somewhere. my earlier post i had inspected all wiring-appears intact, fuses -ok and fan when hotwired to battery works. what are suggestions at this point. if I disgard raly etc and go direct to battery- doI use a spst type switch or something else? interested in your guidance. regards, Joe ps ordered don masters book-not yet rec'd.
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Well sounds like a broken wire or bad connection if the fan works and you have a new t-stat & relay. Are you sure you are getting power to the hot side of the relay from the fusebox? Would not go to switch, don't think it will fix it anyway. Do you have a meter or light to check for 12 volts or continuity?

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my fan woes continue with my tr6 with hayden fan. just rec;d today and installed replacement hayden thermastat and also swapped new relay. nothing happened! clearly i must have a short or an open line somewhere. my earlier post i had inspected all wiring-appears intact, fuses -ok and fan when hotwired to battery works. what are suggestions at this point. if I disgard raly etc and go direct to battery- doI use a spst type switch or something else? interested in your guidance. regards, Joe ps ordered don masters book-not yet rec'd.
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Have you done any testing at all of the wires in the
circuit, using a test light or voltmeter? Which
part is getting power when it should, which part isn't?

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Mark I have a test sensor with light I am going to see what is hot- I will
heat up radiator to check on the thermostat switch kicking in at 180 to see if
that powers up fan wire is there another way to test the relay other that that
one downstream hot? A way to test thermostat switch? Regards Joe

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> Have you done any testing at all of the wires in the
> circuit, using a test light or voltmeter? Which
> part is getting power when it should, which part isn't?
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