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Thermo fans not working

Do they have fans that run all the time

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You could wire your fans power to a relay and then to ignition switch so has key on power, or easier way power from battery to a toggle switch then to fan, just dont forget to turn off or R.I.P battery, either way i recommend an in line fuse close to battery.

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