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1995 caddy sevillle

I bought this car and the owner befor me did some "custom wiring'. They wied the fans the the ignition so when you turn in the key the fans come on. I was just wondering how to wire it up right.

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Find where they cut the wires and reattach them the ones that are for the fans should be close. check the fuse box the wire that keeps then running all the time sould be in the ignition fuse .hope this helps.

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