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What year of Windstar

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by BlackDog714, Sep 29, 2004.

  1. BlackDog714

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    Do you look for for the fans?
     
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    Mine was off a '93. I believe that there is a wide range of years that works.
     
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    mmmmmm, Could be. Its been a year and a half. /forums/images/graemlins/tongue.gif
     
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    Well thanks, the years are 95-98. I am planning the next phase of the wiring on my truck, which will change the diagram I have on there now. The large fan is in fact two speed. The fan goes into hight when voltage is applied to both hot connections. I'm planning on adding a 3 relay to manually select high on the large fan. Also adding a switch to cut out the ignition pwr to disable the fans (for water crossings mainly.)
     
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    I also went down to the ford dealership and picked up the connectors off the wire harness side for that year windstar. They come with 6 inchs or so of wire so you can spice them right into your existing wiring. By doing this I got a good solid connection at my fans (these connectors have a big locking clip on them. No worries of them coming disconnected bouncing around.) And the fan wiring now looks factory. The connectors were a couple bucks each. Once I get some time I'm gonna update the write up on my webpage with some new pictures and if I can find the part numbers for those connectors, I;ll put that up as well.
     
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    I got mine for $40 at the junk yard and it came with the connectors.
     

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