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I have a 15000 ultrasource generator the start and stop switch was taken out i need to put it back The problem is i dont know which wire goes where and when i look at the wire diagram the numbers are different the numbers on my unit are 15, 11, 133, 14, 12, The 15 and 11 are the same wires the start and stop switch has 6 males on the back to plug the wires into Does anyone know which wire goes where???
Need to know some specifics for a specifis answer.
To answer in general, Sounds as if you replaced the correct computer temp sensor (it would have a voltage reference signal) and not the gauge sender. The temp may need to reach 235 degrees or so to kick the fan on. Too me that is way too high. But running at a higher temp normally lowers emissions and I think that is the reason for the high temp to kick on a fan.
With a scanner you can see what the temp sensor is reading and when there is a fan request from the computer. Not everyone keeps a scanner for home use.
Do you have A/C and does the fan ever kick on when the A/C is on?
You can try this,
Go to your factory fan relay and figure which is the ground signal wire (the ECM sends a ground signal to trigger the relay. Early wire such as in my 89 IROC is a green with white stripe). Ground this wire with the key on. Does the fan come on?
If the fan comes on, look at the cylinder heads between the exhaust ports. The right side may have a pipe plug towards the rear. Left side it would be up front.
If there is a pipe plug then there is a provision to add a low temp fan switch. Search SummitRacing.com (or another source) for a low temp fan switch. Hypertech makes some. Install that into the port where the pipe plug is (careful of thread sealant as it can interfere with a good ground it needs). Connect the wire from the low temp switch to the ground wire of the relay. You can use a center tap as all you're doing is adding a ground (thats not like something that will draw current which you don't want to do).
This way you have a low temp switch to send a ground signal to the relay and still have the factory computer circuit.
You can get free wire diagrams from autozone.com in the repair section. This way you can look up your specifuc vehicle and see what wires do what and which would be the ground from the ECM.
the wire you are looking for comes out of the turnsignal switch,but also ck the bulb socket housing connectors,but most likley the turn signal switch has problem,does your cancel work??sometimes the cancel spring breaks and fall down into wire connections and causes these kind of problems,,,goodluck
Do you have a circulator that circulates when the water is up? Many controls have a AUX connection ... wire the AUX to your fan --- alaternatively, wire directly fron your circulator connection to the fan.
I would go to the dealer and see if they have a diagram of how the wires are to be placed. Or try the internet to locate the diagram there. You may be able to find it at the John Deere web site by looking up the owners manual.
Yellow - Key on 12v
Black - Ground
Light Green/ Black tracer Ambient air temp sensor At about 70 deg I have almost
10K ohms resistance. Just for a point of reference.
Dark Green VSS
Brown Goes to the dimmer switch that adjusts the brightness.
Gray Goes to headlight switch so the display will dim when the lights are on