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Old 07-31-2012, 07:17 PM   #1
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Electric Fan install problem

So i bought a flexalite fan from craigslist off some guy that took it off another gt & kind off had an idea how to install but theres just to many wires and dont have any idea how to install..
Another thing ...the reason i got the electric fan was because my fan clutch is messed up...k bottom line is this.............
I cant take off my stock fan
Thinking about grinding it off
Do i need a pulley or anything
As soon as i take off the fan thats it?
Intall the electric fan?
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Old 07-31-2012, 07:23 PM   #2
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you cant take the inside bolts off? if you wedge a screw driver in between the bolts to hold the fan from spinning you should be able to wrench them off.

do you have the part number for the fan and model etc?

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also im not sure if the controller/relay came with the fan originally or not. so if there is a part number for that it may help.
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Thats all i could find on the fan
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Thats all i could find on the fan
the controller doesnt have a brand name on it? and does it have a sensor?
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Re: Electric Fan install problem

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Thats all i could find on the fan
"Made in China"!

You have to stand on your head or turn the car upside down to install those.


Look through here - Flexalite Fan Control and see if anything matches up with what you have.
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Old 08-07-2012, 09:11 PM   #6
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LoL
I know right
Ill just have some1 who knows to do it
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If I'm not mistaken you should have red, black, orange, yellow, and green on that switch. I can see a probe on the left of the picture. That would usually go in between the fin of the radiator. Detects heat. Also on the switch it self should have a adjustment for the temp to trigger it to turn on. Red goes to power. Black to ground. Yellow to an ignition source so you can he power when ignition turns on. Green goes to power side of your a/c so the fan can kick on when the a/c turn on. Optional unless you want your fan running all the time. And orange goes to your power side of the fan. If I'm not mistaken that's how it goes. Would have to double check when I get back home from work.
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Yeah
Double check..that sounds easy
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Thats the wires
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