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Electric Fan Sensor, 3/8 NPT Speedway Motors

This trick electric fan switch is a normally open temperature switch with 3/8" NPT male threads that screws into your intake manifolds water passage. When the coolant reaches 185°215°, the contacts on the cooling fan switch close, activating a relay which directs current to your electric fan. When the engine cools, the contacts on the fan relay switch open, and the fan stops automatically ...

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Fan Control Hotrod Hotline

Do not use Teflon tape on the sensor or you will get poor electrical contact and inaccurate temperature readings. Grey wire is connected to the thermostat (sending unit) terminal with the blue ring crimp connector provided. Depending on the model, the thermostat (sending unit) triggers the fan on at 185°F. and off at 165°F. or on at 195°F. and off at 175°F. A toggle switch can be wired into the system to …

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Temp guage and electic fan sending unit. |

· I just installed a set of electric fans and put the temp switch in the driver side head as someone here sent me a very good data sheet that said the temp in the heads is a little higher due to cylinder location, and the gauge temp sender in the manifold, fans are working in the temp range they were set for on at 180 deg. off at 165 170 deg.

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where to install temp sensor for electric fan | Vintage ...

· If you locate it in the manifold, it will sense the water temperature the thermostat is trying to maintain, typically around 180 to 195 degrees F. In this location, a low temperature switch will keep the fan running most of the time or a high temperature switch will not start the fan until the engine is starting to overheat. If you do not want to modify the radiator as Wolfeman suggested, you can either …

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what temp to have my electric fans come on? | Hot Rod Forum

· I run a 165 degree thermostat in my engine and have the fan programmed to come on at 180. It must be programmed to come on at a higher temp than the thermostat or it will run all the time. One other thing to consider is the location of your temp sensor and your fan sensor. My fan sensor is located in the bottom of the radiator which causes it to come on at 180 when the car is just sitting ...

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Fan Switches Sending unit only Thermal Switch Style ...

Electric Fan Thermostat, InLine, 180 Degrees On, 165 Degrees Off, 6 AN Inlet, Outlet, Kit . Part Number: DER35020. Estimated Ship Date: Tomorrow. Estimated Ship Date: Tomorrow. Be Cool 75029 Be Cool Electric Fan Sending Units. Be Cool 75029 Be Cool Electric Fan Sending Units. Fan Control, Thermostatic, 185 Degrees On/165 Degrees Off, Sending Unit, Each. Part Number: BCI …

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Fan Switches Universal Parts Accessories | Summit Racing

Fan Switches, Digital Thermatic Fan Switch Kits, Single/Dual, Radiator Probe Sending Unit, 104230 degrees F Range, 12 V, 24 V, Kit . Part Number: DCWDC0444. Estimated Ship Date: Today. Estimated Ship Date: Today. Painless Performance 30117 Painless Performance Dual Activation Electric Fan Relay Kits. Painless Performance 30117 Painless Performance Dual Activation Electric Fan ...

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Thermo Fan Switches | Tridon

The thermo fan switch is designed to control operation of the electric thermo fan(s). The thermo fan switch responds to changes in engine coolant temperature, providing circuit switching during a predetermined temperature range allowing fan operation. The thermo fan switch must be compatible with the vehicle engine management system; the Tridon thermo fan switch range has been carefully ...

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Coolant Fan Switches | NAPA® Echlin®

Coolant Fan Switch. When the coolant reaches a specified temperature, this switch turns on the vehicle’s coolant fan, which draws air through the radiator to regulate engine temperature. Bimetal disc expands when heated, activating snapaction electrical contact to transfer electrical signal to fan …

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Temperature sending unit location for electric fan Chevy ...

· Re: Temperature sending unit location for electric fan 050105 02:11 PM Post 685555 In response to 1956NY150 Here''s thought and suggestion I found when I installed mine. unless you plan on having the fan switched by either a switch or ign switch, besides the temp switch, think of this. if you use a temp sending unit and put it in the engine ...

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