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iliak

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fuse not found
« on: 02 August 2017, 09:03:55 »

Fellow omega owners, I need your collective mind to help  :'(
Got two cooling fans (outer left and inner) not working.  Engine nearly overheats. Inspecting fusebox under the bonnet found one burned out (actually, melted) fuse.

Replaced with new 30A (no idea what amperage it should be, just my guess). Fans work now.
The photo is here
https://prnt.sc/g3blpa
it's marked

The question is what amperage it should be, and more importantly what is its marking on scheme (my guess it's F52, but I'm not sure). It didn't burn out without a good reason, I suppose  :)  Requires a good investigation.

The car is 1999 with X25XE engine, one of those earliest facelifts. No schemes in TIS (it begins with 2001 cars with Y26SE/Y32SE), no schemes on paper (all I've got are old ones for before 1998). Just my luck, you know.

Please help )
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Re: fuse not found
« Reply #1 on: 13 August 2017, 04:30:58 »

thats not the fan fuse the big fat one on the right is the fan fuse, and where there is no fuse next to it is the pre-fan for the cat only come on when engine started but not used, that could be for the relay, i would think its a 10 amp as its for the fan relay , fuse location is F3.
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Re: fuse not found
« Reply #2 on: 14 August 2017, 19:37:48 »

Haynes manual wiring diagrams cover the later 2.5. It distinguishes between pre and mid facelift. It should provide enough detail to help with your car inspite of being a facelift... Apart from some of the cabin switch gear, the rest is pretty much the same :y
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Re: fuse not found
« Reply #3 on: 25 August 2017, 13:08:03 »

Thanks guys! problem solved
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