I have the Retro-Air A/C system installed and have noticed that the ignition switch gets very warm (maybe even HOT) when the system is turned on for any length of time. Down here in Alabama, we want the A/C to stay on a lot!
I wired the system in accordance with this wiring diagram:
WIRING_DIAGRAM_SERIES1_5.pdf (154.8 KB)
Is it correct to say that the power for the evaporator blower is coming through the ignition switch > fuse #6 and therefore the reason the ignition switch gets so hot? There are a lot of relays to figure out in there!
I am assuming that, even though all of my signal lights are L.E.D.s, it’s not advisable to simple move the white wire from the switched fuse #6 to the unswitched fuse #4, right?
Yes, probably best to install a relay but I’m having a little trouble figuring out where to install it. Any direction in that regard would be appreciated.
And all advice is always appreciated.