Flex-A-Lite 31147 Adjustable Electric Fan Control Kit
- Kit allows you to thermostatically control any electric fan
- Fans and related components are operated on a 12 volt system
- Can the activating temperature from 180°-240° F
- Features a 20 amp current rating
- Comes complete with a temperature control, 2' capillary tube, wire, terminals, and instructions
This kit lets you make any electric fan thermostatically controlled. Just turn a knob to change activating temperature from 180°-240° F. Complete kit includes adjustable temperature control, 2' capillary tube, wire, terminals, and instructions.
All electric fans and related components are 12 volt only.
- The temp probe is inserted into the core of the radiator as close to the upper neck as possible. It is NOT installed directly into water.
- To correctly wire the fan, connect the "C" terminal to the + lead on the electric fan. Then connect the "2" terminal on the control unit to a fused positive source with a minimum 10 gauge wire.
910-64014 Instructions (PDF)
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