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 Post subject: thermo fan conversion question?
Posted: Tue Sep 28, 2010 1:50 pm 
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hey guys i have recently had an au motor put into my eb and pu ef thermo fans in but looking at everyones pictures theres no wires haging around like the mechanic did on mine...i will post up pictures soon but can anyone tell me how they did theirs?

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Posted: Tue Sep 28, 2010 5:14 pm 
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My eb looks like that to its hard to hide it all ive got the relays on the shock tower and just used that plastic tubing to try hide most of it.
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Posted: Tue Sep 28, 2010 8:43 pm 
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I put all my relays and fuses under the overflow/top up bottle, and ran all the wires under the relays on the side by the battery, and then infront of the condenserjust behind the bonnet latch and through a round hole on the side of the head light.

 

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 Post subject: Re: thermo fan conversion question?
Posted: Tue Sep 28, 2010 10:33 pm 
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Which side has he put the plugs for the fans?
I think the standard spot is on the right side (airbox side)

anyhow when I did mine, it's a bit difficult to describe, but I extended the original wires from the fan back (I know ones purple), drilled 6mm holes through the plastic structure fins close to the solid circle centre and ran them (as the fans sit on the ground radiator side down) to the left from the fan centres and around underneath and up to the top coming out at the top right, joining the left fan wires to right ones at the top left into the one 2 pin plug that's on them (cut off and spliced), both the wires to the fans are all separate (4 wires, 2 red 2 black)
i made the wires long enough to run the plug till it is behind the headlight.

Mine is wired to a fused relay an switch all done myself, tucked wires with the standard relay rack next to the battery. So It will depend on your overall system

I'll try get some pics up if I have a chance to pull them out.

 

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