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1994 - 1996 fan wire identification

I'm trying to wire up my DCC fan controller to my 95 e-fan but I am not too sure which wire is the low speed and which one is the high speed wire on the fan plug. There's...

Black- ground(assuming)
Red w/orange stripe- ???
Orange w/grey stripe- ???

I searched the forums but all the post I found were just people arguing about stuff


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Was gonna tell you

but your comment, clearly means you need more search time.


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I included the page of the Ford EVTM book that identifies the colors for the fan wires.
The Red/Orange stripe is the low speed.
The Orange/Light Blue stripe is high speed.
And the Black is the Ground.

I honestly don't know why someone would post a reply just to ridicule another member but.............

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I included the page of the Ford EVTM book that identifies the colors for the fan wires.
The Red/Orange stripe is the low speed.
The Orange/Light Blue stripe is high speed.
And the Black is the Ground.

I honestly don't know why someone would post a reply just to ridicule another member but.............

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Thank you and yeah, that's very interesting

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The center pin on the fan is the low speed, which you don't use with the DCC Controller.

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