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PostPosted: Tue Feb 14, 2006 1:48 am 
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G’day guys,

Just wanted to know what other people have done to keep the air conditioner condenser fan working after swapping over to an aftermarket ECU? Because the Haltech E6X can’t control an A/C condenser fan so I was thinking of making a thermal switching circuit to turn the fan on and off when the condenser radiator reaches set a set temperature. Also if this is the best way to go can an electronic guru give me a hand with the circuit design? :?

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Went and saw the guys at Deerings Autronics on the weekend to see what they thought about the fan. After a little chat they recommended hooking the fan relay up to the compressor relay so the fan is running when the AC is switched on. They did say that I could hook it up to turn on and off (using something like the silicon chip “high performance timerâ€

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I finally found 1/2hr to connect the A/C Fan trigger to the A/C compressor so the fan turn on and off with the A/C compressor.

Under the engine bay fuse box.
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