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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by ron_mac01, Dec 7, 2005.

  1. ron_mac01

    ron_mac01 Registered Member

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    is There Som Kind Of Kit You Can Buy For Your Electric Fan So It Can Run When It Gets Hot And Goes Off When It Gets Normal Because I Have A Switch I Turn On When I Drive But If I Dont Turn It Off When I Get Out Then You Know Battery Is Dead When I Come Back Out Anybody With Suggestions????????
     
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    THIS IS ABSOULTLY THE BEST THING OUT THERE FOR ELECTRIC FANS
    CLICKY:Delta variable speed electric fan control
    CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?:D
    You can also just go to a parts store and buy a thermo switch as above post said.
    But the DC control unit works great. It is worth every penny it costs.
     
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    no i can't, can you talk a little louder please :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha:
     

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