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Hello, Does anyone know what the best thermastat for electric fan (screw in type )or the probe that goes in radiator fins also if you use screw in type can you also hook temp gauge wire to that sending unit Thanks,Michael

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u can't use the stat switch to run your temp gage. if u have a sbc and want to run the fan sw and temp sensor?? use the front outlet of engine hole for the switch and on the passenger side between the middle cyl's is a 1/2" (i think) plug u can use for the gage sender.
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A device made by Centech Inc. model # FC-2PG is designed to connect to an electric temperature gauge to control the radiator fan.
The unit is adjustable. When the desired temperature us reached it will turn on the fan and off at a lower temperature.
It can also be controlled by an AC system pressure switch to run the fan.

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