|22nd May 2011, 22:29||#1 (permalink)|
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Cooling fan direct switch
On old civics, corsa's, etc. where a cooling fans thermostat has gone is it theoretically possible to wire the fan directly to a switched live in some way and run a switch to the cars dashboard so you can switch the fan on independantly?
Thanks in advance,
Also, if it's possible, where would I run the power from?, probs just take it from before the thermostat.... and cut out the middle man so to speak...
Last edited by Unknownsoldier; 22nd May 2011 at 22:31.
|23rd May 2011, 00:28||#2 (permalink)|
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just run a switch to the fan switch/thermostat wires- simples
loads of early festers had fan running constantly with wires bridged
Last edited by Frank Gallagher; 23rd May 2011 at 00:57.
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