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Old 07-09-2014, 01:48 AM
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If you got any elm or inpa cable. Try to check what is your actual coolant/motor temperature reading. High fan rotation may be triggered by higher operating temperature. And when AC is on may be the computer send command to fan to rotate faster to compensate additional load. Try to check your coolant level as well, whether is on low level or not.

BTW why you add R134?
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