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How do you conect a new air conditioning fan when all the conectors are missing and the radiator fan is conected directly to the fuse box?


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2006-08-04 00:34:55
2006-08-04 00:34:55

I think the easyest way would by to get a new set of wires from a junk yard ? other then that you need a good wireing diogram and you will need to make yourself a wire harness for it


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