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Help with SLP fan switch install-please

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    Help with SLP fan switch install-please

    Which connector does the harness connector hook up to, the one closest to the firewall? My car is a 2001 formula. Thanks

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    I just bought this, have not had the time to install it. Does anybody have any feedback on it. Also got the 160 degree stat with it also.

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    Just answered your other post - plugs into the C100 connector towards the front of the car. I've had one in my car for a few years now, works great - just remember to make sure the switch is in the center position with the car off (unless you're at the track or something), if you leave the fans on it'll quickly drain your battery.

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    thanks for the info

    very helpful advice..thanks

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    Don't ask me how I know.

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    Several posts on installing a relay and LEDs are out there.

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    Yeah, I installed LEDs right next to the switch - green for low, red for high. I can even watch them cycle on/off with the switch in the center position going down the road.

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    I had to go that route after listening to all those who left their fans on. Just for the heck of it, I let the fans run a fully charged battery down to see how long it would take. Only 20 minutes on a new Optima. I really liked the LED idea.

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    I left mine on low for 2-3 hours one time and thought the battery wouldn't have enough juice to crank. Much to my surprise, it cranked up easily.

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    it shoudl have came with instructions from SLP, mine did

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    Yeah, I was going to post a link to the instructions on their site, but it only showed the first page.

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