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Re: Electrical fan install - the 1st pic (archive)

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Posted by John R Brandl on July 31, 2001 at 20:41:31:

In Reply to: Electrical fan install - the 1st pic posted by Bruno on July 31, 2001 at 19:32:19:

Bruno, were you overheating all of the time? My needle would climb a little past the halfway mark so I ran some wires from my auxiliary fan switch to a small on off switch on the dash. When I am in heavy traffic, I flip the switch and my aux fan now spins on high instead of low. I have done this for over a year and it works great. I live in hot, humid Louisiana and my A/C is on 9 months of the year. I got this idea from an E30 board.
John 89 535i 5speed 105,000 miles




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