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Old 07-23-2013, 12:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Location of "Radiator-Fan (Thermo) Switch"

Can anybody from here help me locate the Radiator-Fan (Thermo) Switch? My Ride is a Suzuki Every Turbo Van - F6A 660 - a DF51V model, 5-speed, 12-valve and a FT 4WD. Like others in this forum, I intend to do connect the default and factory settings of the radiator fan. I have already discovered where the assembler "shorted" the wire to switch-on the fan with the ignition switch. The fan relay was disconnected and the blue with red (Bl/R) wire and the Red with Black (R/ wire were spliced and shorted. I tried to disconnect the two, fixed back and connect back the fan relay. I presumed the other connections like the fan switch was in-place. Tried to run the ride until the temperature gauge reaches in the middle (exactly middle) but the fan did not kick on. My distance from my office to our home is just enough that the gauge reaches the middle. Not tried to do more not until somebody from this forum will inform that the temp gauge is more than half to switch on the fan. Can any body also help me locate the fan switch? There's none in the radiator. I have tried but unlucky to find it. Any help regarding my concern is very much and highly appreciated. Thank you in Advance...
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Old 05-19-2017, 03:48 AM   #2 (permalink)
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It's on the motor, will add picture tomorrow.
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Things happened (lots) but here are the pictures.
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Old 06-20-2017, 11:07 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Greetings!

Recently, through the help of this forum, I also asked my mechanic to put back the thermostat and thermoswitch on my every van (old cat's eye model).

I bought a new thermostat (Php360) and a thermoswitch (Php450). The thermoswitch's brand is Circuit and it said "For Suzuki Super Carry F6A". I'm in Cebu Philippines by the way.

My mechanic then installed both and then he tested it by turning on the engine. The temp gauge now goes to middle in a very short amount of time, probably less than a minute. Before, it would take 3-5 minutes to get to the middle on a cold morning.

But then the radiator fan wouldn't turn on. So called me and said, he will short the wire back because the fan wouldn't turn on when the gauge goes slightly above middle.

I went to him and I insisted that we observe until the gauge went past the dark marker going to H. He was hesitant but I still insisted

About 1 o'clock position, the fan turned on, brought the gauge back to the middle and turned off. I was skeptical why the delay of the fan. It didn't reach the dark marker but it was closer.

I drove the van around and it stays that way. Gauge is at the middle, then it goes 1 o'clock position, fan turned on and gauge back to the middle.

Engine runs good. I am just not sure if this is normal for us here in the PH (gauge at 1 o'clock).

What do guys think?
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Well redcat, you should have started a new post, but, sounds like normal operation to me. Surprised it is called a F6 super carry, but where did you buy it please?
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Not tried to do more not until somebody from this forum will inform that the temp gauge is more than half to switch on the fan.
Hello @newsavedone! Actually, the TS and I have more or less similar query. He didn't try to observe more than half of the gauge but I myself tried and it appears to be fine.

I must admit it gives me "chills" when the temp rises more than halfway and I then meticulously observe if the fan will turn on (which it did).

I bought the thermoswitch at Pyeza Mandaue in Subangdaku. I'll come back to that store if maybe there is another thermoswitch specific for Suzuki Every.

My opinion is that, maybe there is and it has a lower thermo rating. The Carrys (pickups) have their engines not far away from the radiator while the Everys (although not all) have rear engines where the radiator is far from the engine. So the distance might have cooled the water a little bit thereby delaying the turning on of the fan. What do you think?
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The Every have a 1.1 radiator cap where the Carry have a .9 cap.
What is the part number on the box / unit please?
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The Every have a 1.1 radiator cap where the Carry have a .9 cap.
What is the part number on the box / unit please?
Hmmm.. I read a user's manual for a 660 engine although it was an FI that the radiator cap rating is 0.9.

Anyways, the part number is.. actually i don't know which one since 2 are provided:

THS-1SK
17680-50E00

I think the last one is the part number. I searched online and there is 17680-50F00 but it did not specify what it is for.
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Guys please help? I'm new here. My radiator fan is always on and i want it to return to the original settings. How will i do it?
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@newsavedone has posted a detailed how to on it some time ago.. try to search that..
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