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wiring a stanza electric dual fan in s13

Old 03-27-2007, 05:41 PM
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wiring a stanza electric dual fan in s13

wiring a stanza electric dual fan in s13
First you have to remove mechanical fan and condensor fan. Then what i did was take my condisor fan motor(small electric fan in front of radiator) and replaced one of the dual fan motors with that motor, so that fan would connect to the factory wiring harness connector and will turn on when you turn the A/C (do not forget to connect the condensor fan connector together). On the stanza duel fan setup there are 4 wires, black,yellow,green and blue. the yellow and blue wires are for the 1st speed which is push and the black and green wires are for the 2nd speed which is pull. You want to use the black and green wires, you can tape off the other two wires you dont use. You run the green wire to a 12v ignition in the fuse box and ground the black wire. This will turn the fan on when you start the car and work in place of the belt driven fan which you should have already removed. Then you will notice that the dual fan shroud needs to be shaved down on the sides to fit behind the radiator, after you shave the sides down to fit install and zip tie or bolt the fan to the radiator. Then turn the ignition to the on position and see if the one fan come on and then start the car and turn on A/C and see if the other fan comes on. Then drive and take notice to the cooling gage and how it is cooling. also notice a little more power from no belt driven fan.
I know pics would help out but my camera is jacked up from lending it out so I have no pics, sorry.
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cool write up bro,, but for our visual learners pictures would be cool.
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Old 03-27-2007, 09:35 PM
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i wired my altima fans not too long ago. i used fuses and relays seeing how each fan pulls like 30 amps and a temp switch as well. i wouldnt run it on all the time, itll prematurely wear out the motors.

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OMG dude OMG.... lol you should turn that in your phy 205 LOl. kidding bro funny i get it becuase im use to schematics.

i wired mine a long time ago to relay. no issues.
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As a reminder on these types of write ups if there are pictures included, with the detailed info more than likely it could be a sticky. In order to have a good write up people need the pics to demonstrate certain point's and locations. Without them some people are clueless.
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