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I just put in my radiator and fan assembly for my '06 CR-V and discovered a lead. I have no idea where it goes. Is there anywhere I can find a schematic or anyone know what I'm talking about?

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I am going to guess... One goes to the fan motor and one goes to the condensor fan motor?

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