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Old 09-17-2014, 11:31 AM   #1
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Air intake fans

I have this on the passenger side. Looks like two electric fans with a radiator behind it. Looks like it goes to the air filter intake. I have never seen the fans run. Do they go on with temp?
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Cooling fans for your dash AC condenser. Turn on your dash AC and the fans should cycle off and on.

Mine is mounted on drivers side mid ship.
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Thanks I will try that.
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Cooling fans for your dash AC condenser. Turn on your dash AC and the fans should cycle off and on.

Mine is mounted on drivers side mid ship.
Thank you that's it. Just left yesterday for the weekend had the dash a/c going unhooked the jeep when we arrived and fans were cycling on and off
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