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Old March 3rd, 2006, 11:52 PM   #1
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Okay, I suck at wiring stuff up, so does someone make a kit that I can put an electic fan (like a two fan set up) on my JeEp?? I have no idea where to even start if I had to wire this up mydelf.
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You can buy the dual electric fan set up at Murrays. We have them on the shelf. And yes they come with directions on how to wire it all up in the box.
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You can buy the dual electric fan set up at Murrays. We have them on the shelf. And yes they come with directions on how to wire it all up in the box.

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There all kinds. check out a summit catalog prices for duals will cost you more. I bought a flex-a-lite low profile for my chevelle with a big block, definetly moves a lot of air, never really had a problem overheating. The closeset I ever got was a woodward 95 degree heat but still never did over heat. You can also scavange one out of the salvage yard probably cheaper.

summit cat prices ranging from $199 on up for a dual setup.
you can get a single setup $75 on up.

Find out what hp your engine is and use the catalog to help, flex-a-lite has hp to help select a fan.
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Whenever Pirate 4x4 comes back up, (or google search now), search about putting a 2 speed (from a 3.8 liter V6 model) ford taurus fan in there. Great bang for the buck, I guarantee full wiring diagrams are out there...
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