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Old 04-26-2005, 03:26 PM   #1
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Parallel Fan Wiring Instructions:
http://www.miata.net/hakuna/parallel...%20wiring.html
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His whole site has excellent info.. Good call, WR..
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Default Alternate parallel fan wiring

This method adds a new relay and preserves the OEM air conditioning funtion and uses the OEM fuse:
http://www.miataphiles.ca/viewtopic....&highlight=fan
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1st method has worked flawlessly for 3 years on my car.
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1st method has worked flawlessly for 3 years on my car.
Just an option.
It also includes the ability to switch the parallel mode on/off when you're not at the track.
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@ dynodragon. Can you post the alternate wiring some how so we don't have to join that forum?
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Sorry - I thought you could see it without joining.
My concept here was to use the existing wiring and fuses and just add a relay to trigger the AC fan. The new relay is wired to the AC fan the same as the stock one, except the trigger is from the cooling fan as opposed to the ECU/AC switch. I also added a switch so I can run completely stock on the street.
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