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post #1 of 5 Old 05-26-2019, 08:30 PM Thread Starter
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DCC Fan controls and good?

I am looking for a reasonably priced fan controler and found these Multispeed Controllers and Accessories I did a little research but most of what I found was older post. I am going to be running Contour dual fans and want to retain my A/C control because it blows ice cold. Are these good fan controllers or are there any comparable products that are better. Not looking for the most expensive thing on the market for my 03 GT.


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See post 63

I added mine in 2014 still works great not one problem. I also have AC

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Added information to the following thread regarding HOW to trouble shoot the factory fan set up. It seems to me that the factory set up is fairly sophisticated. As well as it's already interfaced to the various sub systems within the car taking into account:
  • Engine temperature in two steps.
  • the Car's speed turning the fan off above 45 MPH.
  • AC mode (on/off)
  • AC head pressure (force high speed fan on when AC head pressure is above a certain high set point).

Seems likely to me that even IF the CCRM is bad and needs to be replaced this is still a less expensive option than an after market fan control.

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I was going to trouble shoot the CCRM but I wasn't sure if the contour fans would draw too many amps. I thought it would just be easier to use separate fan controller.

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I did some testing on my CCRM today and found out it is working properly, low speed comes on when A/C is on and the high speed comes on when it starts to get too hot. I am going to wire it like this if the CCRM will handle the surge from the fans kicking on. Will this be ok? I found this in an older post but it wasn't for the Contour fans.
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