Speedway Radiator Cooling Fan Control Module for Electric Gauges
Universal Fit, 4.75" Overall Length, 140.00" Wire Length
This is the slickest thing we've seen in years. This adjustable box simply uses your electric temperature gauge as the sending unit to control your cooling fan. Features a built-in 30 amp relay to provide maximum power to your fan and it comes with a tiny LED lamp to let you know when the fan is running plus a fuselink to protect the wiring between the temperature control unit and the fan.
- Easy to install and adjust
- No radiator tube
- Uses existing wiring
- Simple hookup
- Fully adjustable
- Driver-controlled temperature
- A/C compressor switch to automatically turn on fans
- 30 amp relay inside box
- Protective fusible link
- For 12 volt electrical systems
- Measures 4-3/4" x 3" x 1-1/4"
Each unit comes with a one year manufacturer's warranty.Centech Wiring, Inc.
2190 Colflesh Road
Perkiomenville, PA 18074
Cooling Fan Instructions (PDF)
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