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Is this a good deal-to work with.

https://www.amazon.com/175-185-Elect...899AKWKQ255W9C


This is amazons answer to electric fan kit- i need for my new electric Fan install.IF its in a kit- i can't mess up much aayy?what do you think thanks bob s questions a plus thanks

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I'm not a fan of the temp switch sensor types. I much prefer an adjustable system like Dakota Digital or Centek sells.

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I would run it. But I would buy a extra one so I would have spare parts.

Run one controller per fan to lessen load on the relay. If they are not adjustable you can use a 10 second delay relay so all the load is not hitting at once.
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[quote=bsa_bob2;4704109]https://www.amazon.com/175-185-Elect...899AKWKQ255W9C


This is amazons answer to electric fan kit- i need for my new electric Fan install.IF its

in a kit- i can't mess up much aayy?? Check out the address above .Shows the kit i am considering .btw my A/C on this merc has one of these i installed on the firewall during this last build i did in 2006??? i don't remember what it was for?~ bob s




What is the small silver steel box with the 2 mounting tabs and the 2 threaded screws sticking out of one side?

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https://www.amazon.com/175-185-Elect...899AKWKQ255W9C


This is amazons answer to electric fan kit- i need for my new electric Fan install.IF its

in a kit- i can't mess up much aayy?? Check out the address above .Shows the kit i am considering .btw my A/C on this merc has one of these i installed on the firewall during this last build i did in 2006??? i don't remember what it was for?~ bob s




What is the small silver steel box with the 2 mounting tabs and the 2 threaded screws sticking out of one side?
That box is a self reseting circuit breaker, used instead of a fuse.
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ok! thanks bob37 pontiac bob s
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