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Author Topic: Electric water pump under the coolant tank problem  (Read 787 times)

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Re: Electric water pump under the coolant tank problem
« Reply #15 on: 15 March 2017, 15:43:15 »

Best treated as a convenient spare for the one on the radiator  :y
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Re: Electric water pump under the coolant tank problem
« Reply #16 on: 15 March 2017, 16:06:34 »

Best treated as a convenient spare for the one on the radiator  :y

Nooooooooooooooo lol
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Re: Electric water pump under the coolant tank problem
« Reply #17 on: 20 September 2017, 19:42:14 »

Let's bring this one to the table again.
I have been stuggling with this for some days again and i found out that when i did some measurings with voltagemeter, i got even more confused.
In the relaybox beside the battery, there is a square coupling that has only one wire on it(blue/black) and thats the wire that goes to the pump.
I gave direct 12v from the battery to that wire and the pump turned on.
So then i measured the voltage coming to that wire from somewhere, i have no clue where, and as i put the minus cable from the voltagemeter to the batterys minus and the meters plus cable to the wire coming from somewhere it had no voltage, but then i put minus cable of the voltagemeter to the plus side of the battery, it showed 11.7v....
Why? Is there a short circuit or what?
My explaining isn't very clear to understand but please ask more from me and help me with this.
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Re: Electric water pump under the coolant tank problem
« Reply #18 on: 21 September 2017, 11:37:19 »

From Finland too, can't solve problem with this so I made new wiring trough basic relay with switch in the cabin, only using pump at winter when on HI setting. Or at summer when very hot.
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