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Re: ELECTRIC FAN - INSTALLATION [Re: 2002_Sporty] #574710 12/31/09 02:20 AM
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BAZINGA Offline
Wheeler
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Here's my .02 cents


Thank you for the info.
I would have given you a $1 for this!
It sounds like this is the way to go, though you raise some good concerns about the cons.


99 Auto Sportage. Wildcat Extractors, Lukey Turbo Muffler, Warn manual hubs, K&N Air filter, Tyres 30/9.5/15, Ironman 40mm springs, KYB front struts & rear shocks, GME TX3220 UHF radio, dual battery system. Twin 10" electric fans. Next Job: Body lift
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Re: ELECTRIC FAN - INSTALLATION [Re: BAZINGA] #574711 01/03/10 07:56 AM
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fokion Offline OP
Body Damage is Cool
cons
1. five years now altenator not even serviced.. and we talking Greece.. imagine how often it work on summer..
2. if you look the fotos again wou will see the KIA sroud there and a 16 inch fan..


'96 4d mechanicaly stock so far, rims, spoiler, Cooper AT tyres, Factory LSD, Manual Warn Hubs, handmade exaust, ELECTRIC FAN!!! 3,1'' Lift, PALM GPS
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Re: ELECTRIC FAN - INSTALLATION [Re: fokion] #574712 07/23/10 03:00 AM
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budicexxx Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
well i installed a electric fan from a 1998 sunfire and seems to be working fine. I just have it on a toggle switch but work good. Even took it out in some pretty severe terrain with no problems...


2001 sporty, tj rear springs with rav4 shocks, ford alloys machined centers with 30x9.5x15, front spacers. more upgrades to come.
Re: ELECTRIC FAN - INSTALLATION [Re: budicexxx] #574713 07/23/10 05:18 AM
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Everet Offline
Body Damage is Cool
Post some pictures of your work!!!

Might want to put in a 95c-102c snap switch and relay...much safer.

Everet

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WWW.UPYOURKIA.COM White 96,4x4, man.hubs,K&N filter,3row rad, twin 16" fans, 3" body lift, 4" UPYOURKIA LIFT KIT,265/75 16 TreadWrights on DC2 wheels,140 amp alt. dual batts.
Re: ELECTRIC FAN - INSTALLATION [Re: budicexxx] #574714 03/19/11 06:50 PM
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freddiespyker Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
hi my name is freddie iam from south africa
i would please like to kniw what kind of a vehicle is a sunfife seeing that i am think of replacing my stock fan with a n electric one regards

Re: ELECTRIC FAN - INSTALLATION [Re: freddiespyker] #574715 03/19/11 10:43 PM
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londart Offline
Wheeler
its a pontiac sunfire but there are elec fans available in the aftermarket


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Re: ELECTRIC FAN - INSTALLATION [Re: londart] #574716 03/20/11 06:00 AM
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freddiespyker Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
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Re: ELECTRIC FAN - INSTALLATION [Re: freddiespyker] #574717 03/20/11 10:32 AM
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fokion Offline OP
Body Damage is Cool
SPAL ( like the one i used ) is a solution..
Also many AC fans can do the trick

you need it to be 16inch diameter


'96 4d mechanicaly stock so far, rims, spoiler, Cooper AT tyres, Factory LSD, Manual Warn Hubs, handmade exaust, ELECTRIC FAN!!! 3,1'' Lift, PALM GPS
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Re: ELECTRIC FAN - INSTALLATION [Re: fokion] #574718 03/21/11 07:14 AM
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freddiespyker Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
hi thx for the info it will come in handy. regards

Re: ELECTRIC FAN - INSTALLATION [Re: freddiespyker] #574719 04/21/11 06:44 PM
Joined: Mar 2011
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freddiespyker Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
hi done the electric fan installation this week on my 99 sporty and i must say much more power on the engine and much less noise after i have removed the fixed fan.thx for all the info guys

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