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Old 04-14-2008, 08:40 PM   #1
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Thanks to the detailed explanation by Will, (thanks) close to a year ago I placed an fan overide switch from the pcm. When turned on it activated the both fans on high. My question is...then car I installed it on was a 95 SSEi, since it'* been totalled, can I wire it in the exact location on the 97 SSEi? I know that pcm'* are slightly different but would the wire still be placed in the same location?


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Totally different PCM, connectors, and wiring.

Best advice I can give you on the 97 is to consult your friendly neighborhood FSM.

Frankly, if it were me, I'd go with an INTENSE PCM with fan programming set lower.
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