Lincoln Mark VIII 2 speed cooling fan
This fan is one of the best NON- Aftermarket cooling fans for your hot rod,
be it a car that sees a lot of action at the drag strip or a slow moving
rock crawler.. This fan is for you.. It produces around 4500cfm on high and
it has 2 speeds... It draws a lot of juice so make sure your electrical
system is but for Overkill!!!
Mercedes cooling fan.avi
This is a bench test of a 2001 to 2005 Mercedes C-class radiator fan. It is
a near drop-in swap for 26" Mopar radiators.
Electric Fan Conversion of our 1978 Ford Pathfinder Quadravan 4x4 van
Walk around after installing an single speed Taurus fan (from a 3.8 taurus)
on our Ford 460 powered four wheel drive e-250 3/4 ton van. It is using a
Hayden adjustable fan controller with the push in probe. I still need to
remove that extra relay, hook up the manual turn on switch and replace the
3 pieces of bailing wire with the Wire hold downs.
EDIT: I found out the Fan is actually a Lincoln Mark VIII fan
ThunderBird Electric Fan
Testing my junkyard Tbird electric fan. Its got two speeds and is supposed
to be the big boy in the market. Shroud is 19 x 22 x 6", fan blades are 18"
Replace Electric Fan Motor in Car
How to replace a motor on a plastic electric fan mounted in a car. The
bearing was shot in this Mustang, the fan would not spin while
engine was running.
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1969 Chevelle SS496 Blog Part 59: Electric Fan Install V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com - We've finally gotten back into the groove after
the hectic SEMA show, so now we're finishig detials left undone before
SEMA. Tonight, we installed the SPAL dual 12" electric fans (PN
30102130) and their 185 Fan Relay Harness. The fans pull huge amounts of
air, and the innovative shroud has little flappers to allow natrually
occuring high-pressure air to flow thorough the radiator core at highway
speeds. At low speeds, they close and let the fans do their job. The
185 Fan Harness incorporates a thermal switch to sense the coolant temp and
turn the fans on at 185 degrees farenheit, and off again at 165. The power
runs through a pair of relays to keep the fans happy. We break away in
this video to chat with a SPAL rep at SEMA to learn about what sets SPAL
apart from the competition.