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Clarify wire size

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Originally Posted by caucapon View Post
Noticed that Steve indicated that the blue and brown resistor wires were 6mm. Ironically, yesterday I used the Cardisc DVD for the first time. In viewing the schematic for the cooling system, I assumed that these two wires were each 2.5mm (the metric equivalent of 12 gauge AWG). Am I incorrect?

Thanks in advance.
I don't really think I indicated wire size just stated that they were large.

To clarifly - high speed relay holder has two large brown wires 6mm (8awg) from fan motor and 2.5mm (12awg) going to resistor.

Whereas low speed relay holder has one 2.5mm (12awg) blue wire going to resistor. Now that relay holder also has two together much much smaller brown wires to ground relay coil when thermal or trinary switches are made.

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