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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Blower motor resistor or heater fan resistor. It should be located in the plenum air flow to keep it relatively cool. Also check the wiring harness for any melted wires, or corroded connections on the resistor block. Any deformities in the plastic warrant replacement of that part of harness connector since I do not think your local vehicle inspection laws would allow it to be soldered to the harness.
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
SOURCE: daf 45 1992 overheating
If the over heating is occurring at idle at lights , long slow pulls under load, slow moving traffic, I would be investigating the fan drive system. If it is a viscous fan hub I would have it replaced. If it is a horton fan clutch ( air controlled ) system I would be looking at the clutch and control for the air. Other than that, pressure test for coolant leaks, check for over fuelling ( turbo not working properly) and a compression test to check for gaskets and cracked head
Posted on Jan 08, 2015
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