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AFCO 85286 Electric Fan Switch, 200 Degree On, 1/4 NPT
AFCO 85286 Electric Fan Switch, 200 Degree On, 1/4 NPT

AFCO 85286 Electric Fan Switch, 200 Degree On, 1/4 NPT

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AFCO 85286 Electric Fan Switch, 200 Degree On, 1/4 NPT
AFCO 85286 Electric Fan Switch, 200 Degree On, 1/4 NPT
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MFG. Part #:
85286
Temp. Range:
185-200
Operating Temperature:
200 °F
Thread Pitch:
1/4" NPT
Material Type:
Brass
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
Includes spade terminal for hook up.

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This AFCO electric fan switch uses a ground wire to turn the electric cooling fan on. The thermal fan switch features a 1/4" NPT threaded brass body with a spade terminal for hook-up. Cooling fan switch activates a cooling fan relay (not included, sold seperately) when the bulb is immersed in coolant that is 200° F. When the engine cools to 185° F, the contacts on the fan relay switch open, and the fan stops automatically. Make sure the temperature fan switch bulb is submerged in the HOT engine coolant.

  • Non-adjustable radiator fan sensor 
  • ON @ 200° F
  • OFF @ 185° F
  • Uses ground wire to switch current to fan
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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