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How many amp does a stock fan motor pulls on an 86 Pontiac fiero?


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2010-07-03 19:42:33
2010-07-03 19:42:33

Do you have the single speed fan or two speed?

Are you measuring the engine compartment blower as well?

Mine read 4.5 amps

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