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I was changing the oil when i noticed some wires were frayed and simply hanging there. Upon closer inspection the wires led up in front of the fan and entered what looks like some sort of motor at the center of the fan. Thanx for any help

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  • perry freake Mar 10, 2009

    Im wondering though if this plays a part in fan engagement

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    does the fan come on ?

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Basically... when they build a car... they use a wiring harness for all the options the car can have regardless of whether they are installed during the build.... so you will always find connectors that don't attach to anything.... is the check engine light on... or is there something not working... if that's not the case it's not something to worry about.

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I would tape them up nice it sounds like the fan motor wiring take care of this or your fans may not work leading to overheating

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