Fusible link for the condenser fan is bad. If I cannot find a replacement, anyone have any advice on how to proceed? Can I replace it with an inline fuse? If so, what amperage. I'm thinking at least 20 amp, but perhaps even more.
Regarding a replacement SPAL fan. Summit has a variety of them. Should I be looking at a "pusher" or "puller"? Do I need a low-profile, or will a standard one fit.
Hey all, I just finished replacing my stock condenser cooling fan blower motor (Toyota part# 88550-14010) on my '85 - with minimal effort and without having to open my A/C system - and wanted to share the experience in case it may help anyone else. Before I give the procedure below, let me...
Stopped by my local Toyota parts department today. Part number for the condenser fan fusible link assembly is 88635-14060. Of course, it is NLA. Anyone have a recommendation as to using a regular inline fuse as a substitute? If so, what amperage should be used.
Well, my mechanic says that what I was calling a fusible link is actually a resistor that functions to reduce the fan speed until the engine is warmed up, and can just be bypassed. I still have not confirmed that the fan actually works, so an update is to follow.