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Old 11-29-2012, 03:15 PM   #1
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Default Rad fan settings DIYPNP- help please.

I use DIYPNP on my 97 miata, I need some help with the rad fan settings, can you guys give me a hand ?



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Did you wire PA0 to either Relay 1, 2, or 3 and then out to 1A?

If yes, then you need to make power on value 0, and trigger value 1. Then coolant > 85.

If no, how exactly did you wire 1A?
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This is what I did:

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This is what I did:

Not sure if you got it fixed, but as shown above, you have it set to turn on below 85 deg.... Wich would turn it off as soon as its warmed up. Also if you're using *F as your units, then set that temp in *F as well.
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Not sure if you got it fixed, but as shown above, you have it set to turn on below 85 deg.... Wich would turn it off as soon as its warmed up. Also if you're using *F as your units, then set that temp in *F as well.
Actually he has it to turn on. Look at his trigger settings they are backwards 1 constant and if triggered it goes to 0. It's strange indeed.

Do this
Power on = 0 | Trigger = 1

Coolant > 175 | 2.0 hyseresis
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