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Old 09-07-2018
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Default Q: 2001 Intercooler Pump relay?

Where is the intercooler pump relay on a 2001 SC? I replaced the intercooler pump last year and everything worked well. Recently I have noticed a temperature change up to the 180-200 range. The 30 amp fuse at the fender well has just been changed. I have checked for a restriction and the fluid appeared to flow out great. I believe either my pump is bad again or perhaps the relay may be faulty?
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While cool , open your filler cap on the intercooler revivor. know start car give it 45 seconds and see if water is flowing enough to make a froth... if so your pump is running well. There is a heat shield that goes under blower that helps and a better heat exchanger you may have to get living in Tx.
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While cool , open your filler cap on the intercooler revivor. know start car give it 45 seconds and see if water is flowing enough to make a froth... if so your pump is running well. There is a heat shield that goes under blower that helps and a better heat exchanger you may have to get living in Tx.
Thanks Scott! I had to replace the intercooler pump last year. We had a restriction and loosened one of the hoses underneath and voila I had froth and or the whirlpool effect in the tank accordingly. This year I had some vibration and had to replace the top supercharger pulley and used a 2.6 size. All was working until last weekend and the high temperatures coming back from a show. So I immediately checked the intercooler and it was not moving froth/whirlpool. So I checked the 20 amp fuse in the fenderwell and it was good. I was checking if you know if there is a relay in the wiring that runs in the fenderwell? I still have to test the pump further of course.
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