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Old 01-06-2013, 12:06 PM   #1
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Gents, with an unaltered MSPNP9093, is the Front Coolant Switch needed for the radiator fan? I'm doing a reroute and would love to bag and tag.
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you can remove it and let the ms controlthefan activation
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Hate to be a pest, but is that a built-in function of the MSPNP daughter board, or do I need to add a circuit?
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should be built in. IIRC, it should be on output 4 in your basemap.
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Thanks a bunch!
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yup, confirmed - i have done the coolant reroute, you don't need the front switch from the stat housing for the fans, it's all right in the MS, don't even need to change any settings - it was built in to ignore that one.
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My MSPNP9093v1 required this or the fans would not work. I had to use JS2 to run the fans.
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Not sure what version my MSPNP is, but everything is working fine and I didn't need to change anything, just like said. Front coolant switch wire is taped off and waterneck is history. Me like.
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Hmm, good to know. I guess with my re-route I'll do the same and hope it's already configured correctly.
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