Temperature-Controlled Fan Harness & Relay Kits
NOTE: Use liquid PTFE thread sealing compound to avoid leaks and to prevent galling of threads. Pipe tape can insulate the switch from creating a proper ground which is vital to the operation of the switch.
Provide Continuous Voltage to Prevent OE Wire Drop-Off
Manual-Controlled Fan Wiring Harness & Relay Kits are designed to utilize a manual on/off switch (sold separately) or to connect to an ignition switch for full-time operation when on. Temperature-Controlled Fan Wiring Harness & Relay Kits offer two temperature ranges to accommodate engine thermostats. Can be used as a manual on/off switch or solely as a temperature-controlled switch. Adjustable Electric Fan Controller and Relay Kit can are designed to be controlled to your desired temperature and also have the option for a manual override.
Well this kit work for my 2009 ram 2500HD 5.7?
do you guys have these relay and sensor setups with 160 degree sensors? i dont want to go with the adjustable set up ones id just like a sensor for a 160 degree thermostat.
Will this work on dual fans or which one do I need?
Will this work with flex-a-lite 31148 on/off switch or in place of it?
Is there replacement sensor available to order?
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WARNING: The wires of these products contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.