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Setting up and installing E-fans

Discussion in 'Under the Hood' started by Wills05xlt4x4, August 6, 2011.

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    1. Wills05xlt4x4

      Wills05xlt4x4 Elite Explorer

      March 20, 2011
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      ok so i have two taurus e-fans first question is the connector to the fan only has two pins but the fan has three on it( assuming for hi-lo)
      SETUP---im thinking one pushing in the giant space and one on the bottom pulling...
      does this sound like a good setup? im thinking itll be plenty of cfm but would like hi-lo if its just a different connector.
      also I am wondering what would be the best fan control for the dual fan possibly dual speed setup..
      fan is a 8c607-bd (from a 97 taurus dohc 3.0 w/104k)
      should i worry about not having a shroud since the taurus fans dont have a shroud or will this affect cooling much...
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      one should be plenty.the fan should be built into the shroud

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