Join Date: May 2007
Location: Baltimore Maryland
Re: Electric fan pushing and clutch fan
You only need one fan. Having a fan in front of the rad. is impeding air flow. Move the electric around to the other side of the rad. and switch the wires so it pulls air instead of pushes it, install a 180 thermostat, make the fan come on at 185 and go off at 170 and all should be good. You also need to make sure the fan moves enough air. If you have a/c then thats going to make a difference.
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