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Old 07-31-2012, 08:02 AM   #1
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I have found the dash fans (the ones hanging from the ceiling ust behind the windshield) in my Class A to be very, very helpful when the temperature is up ... but have found the ones that came with the unit to be really noisy. Does anyone have a recommendation for good, **quiet** replacement fans??? (12 volt, 2-speed, hard-wired to switches on drivers and passengers side-consoles).
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I have found the dash fans (the ones hanging from the ceiling ust behind the windshield) in my Class A to be very, very helpful when the temperature is up ... but have found the ones that came with the unit to be really noisy. Does anyone have a recommendation for good, **quiet** replacement fans??? (12 volt, 2-speed, hard-wired to switches on drivers and passengers side-consoles).
Fleetwood uses 18 wheeler fans. These are expensive fans and move a lot of air. You can replace them with a cheaper fan, but it will NOT move the same amount of air. The fans are easy to remove. You have three screws at the base of the fan and three wires to disconnect. I have replaced the fans in my coachs, but always installing the Fleetwood fans, not removing them.
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