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Old 02-28-2004, 10:55 PM   #1
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Very cool car, looks just like mine but I have the aerolyte wheels on mine, just got mine repainted with the Factory Bright white paint job and looks brand new!

I have a question about the fans on these bonnevilles, do they come on at a certain temp. because for some reason mine seems to only come on when the ac is running? am I wrong on this?
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It normally won't turn the fans on until a fairly high temp. I forget what temp. AC on Auto will make them come on high speed at a lower temp.
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It normally won't turn the fans on until a fairly high temp. I forget what temp. AC on Auto will make them come on high speed at a lower temp.
So they are working correctly then, what if I put a colder thermostat would they come on earlier.
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The colder thermostat will help overall (go with a 180), but no, it won't affect the fans. They're being turned on by the PCM at a specific ECT reading.

You can mod the circuit to force the fans on manually on either low or high speed. This requires a switch to be installed.

You should start a post in the 92-99 section on this for us to hash it out.
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I would but all mine does is rattle like a bunch of marbles.
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The colder thermostat will help overall (go with a 180), but no, it won't affect the fans. They're being turned on by the PCM at a specific ECT reading.

You can mod the circuit to force the fans on manually on either low or high speed. This requires a switch to be installed.

You should start a post in the 92-99 section on this for us to hash it out.
Thank you thats really what I just wanted to know, I guess they are working correctly then. I will change to a 180 just for colder water to come through more quickly then the stock 190 thermo. Thanks for your help.
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can it wait a week!?
It goes something like this
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