No switches

In the beginning I had a flex-a-lite fan controller which consisted of a probe that read temperature from the fins of the radiator, needless to say it was inconsistent. My dumb ass changed to a switch, I don’t even want to go into what happened because of that switch so this time around I’m handling the fans with DIF thermostatic dual electric fan controller. Best part about it is you can use the oem coolant temp sensor.

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2 thoughts on “No switches

  1. om1kron says:

    LOL I hear you man, I am looking into something like this for my car as well, but the dif fan controller cannot handle the amperage of my taurus fan and I don’t want to spend 200 bucks on no flex a lite fan shit when I got a 20 dollar fan that flows twice as much air on low speed.

    YA FEEL ME!!!

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