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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-23-05, 06:04 PM Thread Starter
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Heat prob

my radiator fans seems to not shut off anyone think i can overide the temp switch for the fan with my own switch in the cab??

anyone do this ?

what wire would i have to splice into to??


thanks for any help

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Re: Heat prob

Sorry but this is the inline 6 section not V6 or ranger section, Ill move this to the ranger section.thank you.

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Re: Heat prob

ive got a hard wired fan one wire right to the + battery thats a dual battery setup doing 1400 cold crankiong amp and the neg wire run to a .99 cent switch in the cab, u get cooler 2! u proly wont need 1400 cold crank though didnt fry my fan its benn 20k miles hardwired and a hardwire switch for the fuel pump, i wrecked it, so bad i fixed it and its stil broken, but 2 totals, 3 rolls, 60mph radiator fold, and the engine has lost almost no compression 215k miles.


CASTROL !!!

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BAT------------------FAN
- | |
__________SWITCH--- |

ROFL AND THAT FAN WIL SPIN!!!!

WHEN DOING GETTO THINGS IVE FOUND IT BETTER TO RUN NEGATIVE WIRES THROUGH W/E TO SWITCHES THAT TO RUN + UNLE SU WNANA SEND IT THROUGH THE FIREWALL!! AND SPEND THE TIME AND DO IT RIGHT
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