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Old 09-28-2009, 01:31 PM   #1
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Windstar Fan....

So i installed a Windstar dual fan on my 347 this weekend and with a little trimming, it looks factory! Anyway, i want to install a thermo control so the fans kick on automatically. I installed on this weekend and it keeps blowing the 30 amp in line fuse. My thoughts are that I will probably have to install 2 separate thermo controls, once for each fan since they draw so many amps. Make since? Other ideas?

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Old 09-28-2009, 01:39 PM   #2
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cant you hook it up to a relay? And y not just run a switch. imo id rather have a switch. Ive had bad luck with the thermos not turning on at all. bad juju
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It's not gonna be hooked up to a switch. Just a thermo deal. I'm gonna also run a small light into the interior or the car that will light when the fans kick on.
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