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Re: same problem here
These fans can be rebuilt! Like many others, our fan died after being
placed in the center of the stove top. I took the two halves of the fan
body apart, and scraped the heat sink compound off either side of the
power plate. I then applied CPU heat sink compound that can be found at
any computer or electronics store liberally to either side, and put it
back together. The fan spins like new, spread the word!
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I don't know liter size of engine? I don't know exactly what testing you have done? I need more info?
You have dis ignition? Engine cranking, do you have spark at the plugs, proper fuel pressure and fuel injector pulse?
The purple wire with white tracer from ignition module to computer has a dc pulse with engine cranking? With bypass ignition, engine cranking, it's the ignition module that controls spark, during cranking rpms. Did you check voltage and ground for ignition module. With dis ignition, there is a crank sensor? I'm not saying replace anything. I would have replaced the --spark plugs and plug wires, Possibly the ignition coils.
I just don't know exactly what testing you have done?
If you have already done everything I suggested, then, pardon my post. Just trying to help.
The problem is most likely a bad TEG module or possibly a bad fan motor. The most common problem is a failed TEG module. Caframo will not sell replacement TEG modules as they require you to return the fan to them for rebuild but the repair is quite easy. You can find the exact replacement on eBay or directly through Thermal Enterprises. They even have a troubleshooting and repair guide for the fan.
Try reseating the RAM modules, If this does not work then the RAM maybe faulty. Remove the RAM module/s and take them to your friendly computer repair shop and get them to test the RAM for you. If the RAM is faulty them it needs to be replaced.
The most probable cause for the ETS (Electronic Traction Control System) light is the ABS light. When there is a problem in the ABS, ETS is disabled.
The ETS uses ABS data to help control the ETS system. You will need to have the ABS computer scanned for codes.
light usually comes on if you have a failed wheel speed sensor but
these vehicles are common for the ABS module to fail causing the same
problem. You can back probe the wires comming out of each wheel speed
sensor with the wheel lifted in the air and check for ac voltage as you
spin the wheel.
What ever sensor does not put out voltage needs to
be replaced if they all seeem to work it is likely the ABS module. But before you replace any parts you would want to
have the ABS module checked for codes at one of your local shops that
has a high end scan tool that can access those codes.
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What have any mechanics done?
Do you have an aftermarket alarm? If so, does it disable the ignition? I have seen many, Many, aftermarket alarms go bad and give an intermitent problem.
Has anyone replaced or tested an ignition module? Auto zones can test modules for free.
you said you repl dist cap that means you don't have a crank sensor you have electronic ing module. remove your elec ing module have it tested most auto parts stores could test your module, or check your coil at the neg terminal. should have power. if not you lost your primary volt from your batt.your secondary power is coming from your electronic ing module from the module to the pos terminal on the coil, when the eng cranks,from the coil to the dist cap , from the dist cap center to the rotor then out to the plugs,this all happen pervided the timing belt or timing chain is ok. the cumbustion chainber needs 3 things , thats fuel, air, and spark.