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Old 04-07-2004, 03:45 PM   #1
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Does anyone know how to wire up a switch so that I can turn on my fan for the radiator when I want too?
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check out this thread
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=11673

other way is with a relay
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I did this on my last Bonnie..
Nice pic eh?
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I did this on my last Bonnie..
Nice pic eh?
nice.. whats the blue wire for?
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isnt there a 3rd wire in there? I might be wrong Hehe
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isnt there a 3rd wire in there? I might be wrong Hehe
well.. your drawings there is.. but I never looked into wiring it up..YET so just wondering where the blue wire is for and where it goes? :P
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Yeah I think there is a 3rd one but you got me if you think I know wht it does...
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I did this on my last Bonnie..
Nice pic eh?
nice.. whats the blue wire for?
Bad idea. What happens when the PCM 12V source goes head to head with this?

Ground the high speed fan relay. Don't supply an additional 12V source to the fan.
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