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404 Stroker keeps trying to overheat.

This is a discussion on 404 Stroker keeps trying to overheat. within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; you have to be able to read the realay it has it marked on there. it is a standard 4 ...

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    you have to be able to read the realay it has it marked on there. it is a standard 4 pin relay, 2 are for triger ( + and -) and one is for live load + and one is for switched +. I went to scchool for this crap but I have had 2 many captain and cokes tonight to explain so if someone else knows I will be gone all day tomarrow but if someone else can explain it would help other wise I will post tomarrow night if I'm not to drunk ( gboing out on the boat all day). I let my wife drive home if that explains how drunk I am. By the way it took me 8 min to write this lol.

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    So do I need to run a power wire to all relays or just the one that controls high and low speed?

    Explain a little more in detail talk to a noob here lol .

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    Let me go get one and I will detail it tonight.

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    You don't need what I did so it is real simple. take out the relay note how it goes back in so you can make the 2 terminals you need. take a short wire of 16 gage or less meaning 14 12 what ever and crimp on 2 Male ends. DO NOT USE ANY WIRE WITH A GAGE OF 18 OR MORE GAGE WIRE IT WILL MELT THE JACKET AND CAN CAUSE A FIRE!!! see pic

    locate at the bottom of the relay the terminal labled 30. trace were 30 plugs into on the fuse block that the relay came out of and insert one end of the male jumper. see pic

    now locate pin 87 one the relay. There are 2 one is labled 87A and is not used on the cars block so there will not be a plug in terminal in the block. the other is 87. take the other end of your jumper with the male end and plug it into were the 87 pin on the relay plugs into the fuse block on the car. WARNING THE FAN WILL START it will bypass everything including the key. If the battery is conected to the car and as soon as you plug in the jumper in the fan will start see pic
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    Hope that helps. You will need to do this for both fans but if you make your wire just short enough you can put the cover back on the fuse block and drive around with out them falling out of the block. BE CAREFUL!!! THESE ARE UNFUSED CIRCUITS!!!! if it falls out and arks to something it will not blow a fuse and could start a fire. I use this mainley to test circuits with load so I can bypass all the other BS like PCM, relay triger wires and load wires.

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    Sweet ty for the pics!! Got them working and no more overheating.

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    cool what was it?

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