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 Post subject: el thermo wiring
Posted: Wed Apr 15, 2009 12:11 pm 
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Hi ..have finally got all the gear to put el bbm ecu and thermo,s on my eb s1 which runs an AU engine,but I have a couple of question that I need to ask for help.I purchased with the thermo fans the original relays out of the EL wreck (4 relays in the box mount )plus a lot of the wiring from fans to relays and relays in to the wiring loom,need help in which wires go to ecu and which go to where else to get the fans working off the ECU or a diagram to work off to get them working... :P



Silver EB Fairmont- AU S3 engine, Tickford Head, EF handbrake, T5 manual, EF XR6 3.45 LSD, 2.5" Catback by Rapid Exhaust, EL BBM, EL XR6 ECU, EL Thermos, EB Ghia interior, Kingy Superlows, Monroe struts
Now with a Walbro 255lph fuel pump :grin:

soon to come a crankin sound system boo yeh!!!!

 Post subject: Re: el thermo wiring
Posted: Wed Apr 15, 2009 2:10 pm 
Smokin em up
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The Technical documents section has an article describing the different thermofan wiring and the installation process. Should help with your install. I think EL thermos ran a 3 relay setup. You may have a setup out of an EF.

Heres the link. documents.php?d=54



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