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FUSE FOR AC/ENGINE FAN

TWO FANS IN FRONT OF ENGINE ONE ON RIGHT IF YOUR STANDING IN THE FRONT OF CAR WILL NOT KICK ON NEED TO KNOW WHAT TYPE OF FUSE IN NEED AND WHERE IT GOES

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    U WILL NEED TO HAVE THE ELECTRONIC FAN CONTROLLER TESED BY THE DEALER.

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Here's the wiring diagram... hope this helps.FUSE FOR AC/ENGINE FAN - 66afbdd.gif

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