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Old 04-11-2016, 08:24 PM
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My fiancÚ was driving the truck this morning and I was riding shotgun. I left the fuse panel cover off so I can see the timer cards. Also noticed the red LEDs came on, but didn't stay on for the whole drive to work. Clay mentioned earlier in this post that he thought those are controlled by the temperature switch. Is that true? If so, what would cause the temperature to drop and the LEDs to turn off? I did put a hose clamp on the hose going into the heater core on the hot side just to direct more heat to the V3 to see if that helps. I also have an extra temperature switch that I might put in just to make sure the switch is operating correctly.
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