We just took delivery of a new fire engine :cheer: but it came with some bugs. It has the Cummins 500hp diesel and before we could put it in service it kept giving us check engine alarms. They found out the problem was some type of computer interface problem and Cummins isn't able to remedy the problem anytime in the near future, I don't really understand, it's just some type of computer glitch i guess. My question is in regards to the "fix" that they choose. In order to prevent the check engine light and alarm from sounding constantly they bypassed our clutch fan and hot wired the belt driven engine fan so it runs all the time, full time, fan always going. Is it a bad idea to have that fan running the whole time, even before the engine is warmed up, or should this be fine? I know the increased noise in the cab sucks but what about loss of power or lack of normal operating temp? I don't know crap about big motors, educate me please.