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17/3/2007· My intake manifold is a Weiand Stealth with only 3 threaded holes. One for a sending unit for the temp gage (mechanical), the other 2 are for the heater hoses. I am upgrading to a set of spal fans and do not have a place to install the screw in temp sender. The engine is a 66 396. Where did...

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17/3/2007· If you can''t put your temp sensor in your head leave it in the intake. Order the waterneck that I have listed in my picture and put your fan sensor there. Its going to look a little out of place, but will work. Like mentioned above your temp reading is higher at the head than the intake. I would leave the fan sensor in the intake or neck.

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28/7/2004· There aren''t enough holes on the air gap to plug in, it looks like. You can go to the local parts store and get a thermostat housing for a 302. They should have a universal housing which will have a 3/8" NPT hole on it. Ask for a housing for a ''71 302, it should have the hole in it. You can mount the sensor there. Robert. N.

Electric Cooling Fan Thermal Sensor | Opel GT Forum

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15/7/2007· Electric fan Jimsky, Takes a little while, but here is what I got going two weekends ago. I installed a 12 inch Imperial electric fan, 226112 (the 12 indicates 12 inch), as a pusher fan. It can be configured to operate as a pusher or puller. It is rated to move 850 CFM with 675 CFM through the radiator drawing amps.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ELECTRIC FAN WITH THERMOSTAT …

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2. Using the 10 Blue Ring Terminal provided, attach the Negative () electric fan lead to a good Chassis Ground (). 3. Using the extra Wire, Blue Connector, 30 Amp Fuse Holder and Blue Butt Connectors provided, attach the Positive (+) electric fan lead to the RIGHT terminal on the Thermostat Switch. (See Diagram 7) 4.

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22/4/2020· In this video i remove my adjustable thermostat for my electric cooling fan and install a set temperature thermostat. You can find these parts in our amazon ...

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22/5/2008· From what I''ve been researching it looks like I should use a 185* sensor putting it in the manifold with a 180* thermostat for a electric fan setup. I''m a little confused.. Maybe some one could explain. I use a 185* sensor that turns on the fans at 185* …

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14/2/2017· If you want a two speed fan, use two relays (one for each speed) and install another temp sensor (or bypass switch for the 2nd fan). If there’s lots of demand for it, I can make different diagrams. If you’re running a dual fan setup, just add another relay following the same kind of diagram, just share the sensor/switch circuit and larger wiring from the battery to …

How to Wire Dual Electric Cooling Fans

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19/8/2021· Optionally, a single highcurrent relay could be used to control both fans. The supplied diagram below using dual relays with a single temp sensor is both the most reliable and easiest method we''ve found for wiring dual fans. It uses our 40Amp Electric Relay Kit and Electric Fan Sensor.

Temperature sensor for gauge and electric fan | Vintage ...

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28/11/2019· You can install an additional sensor in the thermostat housing, if your housing has the top port. I don''t have a fan controller, but I do have a …

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27/4/2011· I added an electric fan to my car. I have a 195F thermostat and the thermostat of the electric fan kicks on at 200F and turns off at 185F. I now added the sensor to the thermostat housing (See pic). My engine is still running to cool on the highways, only 150160F. I think this is caused by...

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A triple pole would operate a twin fan kit for independent onoff AND a thermostat control. A single pole would also operate a dual fan setup for on off. Make sure the relay is correct size. W from WA | 8/10/2017. 0 of 0 found this answer helpful.

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FREE Shipping on orders over 25 shipped by Amazon. More Buying Choices. (15 used new offers) Fan Thermostat Temperature Switch with 3/8" Pipe Thread, 185 to 175 Degree Electric Engine Cooling Fan Thermostat Temperature Sensor Switch, Fits 10" 12" 14" 16" Fan (with Pipe Thread) out of 5 stars. 271.

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28/11/2019· I''m going to use a Champion radiator and thermostatically controlled fan to cool the 302 in the 69. I''m using an Edelbrock Performer 289 manifold. My question is where to mount the sensor for the electric fan. On the front passenger side is a port for the heater hose, on the driver''s side front...

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11/7/2011· The thermostat is adjustable from 32 to 240 degrees and, frankly, I wouldn''t mind if the fan was on all the time. I''ll just set it pretty low and keep an eye on the temperature gauge to make sure that it comes on at about the halfway mark, which should be 160 or so degrees.

Fan Control Hotrod Hotline

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Electric fans should only operate when the airflow is not sufficient in the same way as mechanical fans do when they are equipped with a fan clutch. Electric fans don’t use a mechanical means of disengagement though, they are just turned on or off with either a temperature sensing switch installed in the coolant flow or by a toggle switch controlled by the vehicle operator.

Suggested Electric Fan Wiring Diagrams

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28/8/2016· SENSOR AND TURNS ON FANS WHEN A/C IS TURNED ON BATTERY 86 30 87 85 86 30 87 85 Optional override switch turns on fan, bypassing temp sensor and A/C relay. 3040 AMP FUSE TEMP SENSOR SWITCH IN HOTTEST PART OF RADIATOR MAIN RELAYS TURN ON FANS WHEN TEMP SENSOR IS ACTIVATED 12V SWITCHED WIRE. MAY BE GREEN WIRE AT A/C CLUTCH. …

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1. Remove the Nut or Clip that holds the electric fan blade onto the motor shaft. 2. Carefully remove the fan blade from the motor shaft. Note: This is an interference fit and requires some effort. 3. Flip the fan blade upside down and reinstall onto the motor shaft. Make sure the roll pin on the motor shaft is aligned with the slot on the fan blade. 4.

Best Place for Temp Sensor for Electric Fan? | Hot Rod Forum

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19/9/2011· 75gmck25. Your engine temp at the manifold will run at the thermostat temp (, 195) or about 5 degrees higher (195200) if everything is working right. You want the fan to kick in if it gets to about 510 degrees higher than the thermostat temp, and to kick off when it gets about 510 degrees lower than the thermostat.

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