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electric fan pinout on fox?

I have been looking into purchasing a quarterhorse and b/e to tune my car with. I downloaded b/e and began to play with the program to see if it is the road i want to take. I was playing with the a9l info and noticed that there was a place to enable the electric fans. is there a location that you could add a pinout on an a9l computer and have fans on a fox without buying an expensive controller?

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not all eecs work.


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I have been looking into purchasing a quarterhorse and b/e to tune my car with. I downloaded b/e and began to play with the program to see if it is the road i want to take. I was playing with the a9l info and noticed that there was a place to enable the electric fans. is there a location that you could add a pinout on an a9l computer and have fans on a fox without buying an expensive controller?

This link should be helpful...
fordfuelinjection.com/files/A9L_E-Fan_How-to.pdf
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that link does explain how to test if your a9l will work.

keep in mind it still doesn't address the proper way to cycle the fan if you have a/c.

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usually there is an address in there somewhere for AC fan, just depends how much the hac has been commented.

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that link does explain how to test if your a9l will work.

keep in mind it still doesn't address the proper way to cycle the fan if you have a/c.
Check out page 2 of the last link for how to test if the PCM will work using a volt meter and a pull-up resistor.

This link shows how to turn the fan on with the AC.
wiring electric fan to computer - Mustang Forums at StangNet

This link also has a lot of good general information
Ford Fuel Injection » Download Files

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usually there is an address in there somewhere for AC fan, just depends how much the hac has been commented.
There is no pressure control valued in the eec, therefore it is still NOT the proper way to cycle the fan when the a/c is on.

You would still need a pressure switch that enables the sensing circuit in the eec.

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so the eec doesnt have a AC on/off circuit? i could have sworn i saw a pinout for that, or maybe im getting mixed up. but ive only dismantled the ford harness and installed a totally different one.

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yes for the LPS, not fan cycling.

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I've used the A9 series of processors to control the elec fan on numerous Foxes for a couple years now and I've never seen a processor that wouldn't work...


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