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Can you wire a97 jetta cooling fan to come on when the key is on?

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  • Gintautas Maldzius
    Gintautas Maldzius May 11, 2010

    yes you can, but why do you need this? If there's the fault you should repair it and not to rewire to your likeing cuz there is a reason why it's done the way it's done.

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Yes ,run a feed from the ignition side of switch with a relay recieving this power ,other side of relay to earth then a heavy feed from a big fuse under bonnet one of 40 amps with other side running to fan using the existing earth on the fan.

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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I have a jetta 1998 and my wipers and my a/c is not working and ialready check the fuses


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I have a 95 jetta 2.0 cooling fans not working where is the relay or fuse


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