Nissan at higher speed


Asked by Aug 28, 2014 at 12:14 PM

Question type: Car Customization

I am running on a Nissan and at higher speed settings only one of my motors runs.
When I lowered my steps per mm in marlin the issue went away. Do you guys think it
could be a current issue or a motor issue?

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3 Answers

You do mean fan motors..right? That's normal, it supposed to run only one at high speed.... the air flow makes the fan unnecessary, Nothing is wrong

But could you please explain what mm ..marlin is? Educate me...

Unless your A/C is on that might change things....are we talking about this?

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