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Unread 03-07-2008, 08:46 AM   #1
jennandal
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For those with a 4.0 head swap and electric fan setup...

Has anyone used the 4.0 head thermostat housing to wire your electric fan?? A plug exists on the housing that would have operated an electric fan I believe?? Does anyone have more info on the possibility?

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83 CJ5 w/258 I6, 4.0 HO head swap, Weber 34 w/ nutter bypass, 2.5" shackle lift w/8* castor shims, superlift shocks, 32" Hankook Dynapro MT's, TFI ignition upgrade and coil, dual electric fan off full size Dodge pickup, and tons of wires and vacuum hosing laying around.
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