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Unread 03-24-2008, 03:54 PM   #1
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Mark VII/Taurus Install Question

I am looking for some more diagrams or schematics on how people wired up their electric fans. I found a good one HERE but am looking for something a bit different.

Anyone know of any others out there? I tried searching here and google but mostly came up with fans for sale.

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Unread 03-24-2008, 08:34 PM   #2
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If you want to use a different thermostat controller, that circuit will still work for you.
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Define "a bit different". What are you looking for?
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here's mine
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A lot like jbolty's setup.
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Thanks all. Sorry about no being clear in my original post. I am just looking for different options if they're available. So far it seems they are all pretty similar.

I'm gonna order the relays today. I hunted all around San Diego yesterday and the best I could find was 40A relays. It seems like component level electronics shops are becoming a thing of the past.
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Ask for a constant duty solenoid. It's essentially the same thing as a relay but they're available in much higher amperage ratings.
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Go to an RV shop. They sell continues duty solenoids rated @ 75A for $30.00. That's where I got mine and works great.
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Thanks all. Sorry about no being clear in my original post. I am just looking for different options if they're available. So far it seems they are all pretty similar.

I'm gonna order the relays today. I hunted all around San Diego yesterday and the best I could find was 40A relays. It seems like component level electronics shops are becoming a thing of the past.

I found this link somewhere else on here a few days ago. I saved it in case I needed to replace my 50 amp relays.

http://www.solarseller.com/dc_photos...ch_power_relay
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