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Old 03-28-2004, 11:11 PM   #1
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i've done a search and haven't found anything. i need a good diagram and some assistance on how to wire one correctly for a 99+. thanks.

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ill make a how-to tomorow if it's warm out.

I did it on my car. Its simple.
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whats the point of this?? if you forget to turn it on doesnt it make your car overheat? Ive never understood why people dont just want the computer to do the work...
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In my case the computer didnt.
Ford dealers are stupid, kept saying it worked fine, when it didnt.
My radiator ended up blowing. So i replaced it and wired my fan to a switch now everything is monitored by me.
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Austin, its been raining.

I promise ill make one up for you and the site though.
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Old 04-02-2004, 10:39 AM   #6
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thanks.

zimstang, it doesn't override the normal fan operation, but with the switch you can turn the car off at the track and turn the fan on to help cool. every single person that's serious about performance (esp. drag as it cuts down wait time) ends up wiring such a switch. the computer does it's job fine, but that's not what we're talking about even. a 160 ro 180 deg thermo along with this and water wetter will cut cool down time in half.
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