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Old 06-30-2009, 11:55 PM   #1
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Electric Fan Conversion

I was wondering if it was a good idea so i searched the forums but most links are out do you guys have any tip links or ideas i am pretty much a newb at this but i am learning as i go
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Old 07-01-2009, 05:51 AM   #2
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While it would help to know more details about your particular jeep, the universal answer to your question will be to Google "Taurus Fan".

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"Taurus Fan".
Nice, i was thinking of converting to electric myself and wanted some info but didnt ask cause not ready to do that yet. Anyway thanks for the answer.
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Well with a bit more research i found this

and here is the actual fan
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at 237 its time to hit the junk yards
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Flex-A-Lite; Wrangler II Electric Fan 475

StreetSide Price: $236.76

The Taurus fan I got from the junkyard was $12.99
The cube type relay for the low speed was $6.99.
Most say the low speed is sufficient for normal cooling.

I plan to hook this thing up with the low speed only, until I can afford the high speed relay & switch. Don't be tempted to use a Ford starter relay for the high speed. It isn't rated for continuous use.

Sorry my "Old Timers Disease" made me forget to post some links for you.
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The stock fan studs need to be removed & short bolts put in their place.

Also there is some trimming of the Taurus fan's motor mounts, that needs to take place if you have the 4.2L.

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