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Posted by Anonymous on
You need to look for a 12V thermostat kit for your electric fan.
Autozone link HERE
See pic below
It has a electric thermostat,relay and wiring.
Check the maker of the fan. They alway has a kit to go with the fan.
DO NOT tap into the fuse box.
It will keep draw so much current and it will melt the wiring on the long ran.
Without this kit,it will also drain you battery.
Most electrical cooling does not has a built-in thermostat.
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