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    Compressor Works/Cooling Fan Control

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    1992 Nissan/Datsun 240SX 2.4L SFI DOHC 4cyl

    Part Number: 733653
    Alternate Part Number: 226203
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    Price: $17.99
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    Features & Benefits

    TorqFlo powertrain cooling accessories provide enhanced cooling performance for vehicle applications that exceed original equipment requirements. TorqFlo PT cooling accessories reduce thermal load providing improved performance and durability for towing, high payload, and high heat environments.

    • Contains gaskets, o-rings, or seals to properly replace the product
    • Brass construction for accurate temperature sensing
    • Zinc coated terminal to resist corrosion
    • Vehicle specific applications
    Product Details
    Part Number: 733653
    Weight: 0.6 lbs
    Notes: Economy adjustable fan controller.
    Air Conditioning Switch Function: Thermostatic
    Color / Finish: Red
    Connector / Terminal Configuration: Push-in Probe
    Package Contents: Controller, Mounting Bracket, Wire, and Cushioned Wire Clip
    Shipping Information: Overnight and Two Day shipping are not available for PO Box, APO/FPO/DPO or US Territory addresses.
    This product may be shipped directly by the vendor to any eligible US addresses, excluding APO/FPO/DPO or US Territory addresses.
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      Compressor Works/Electric Fan Thermostat

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      Compressor Works/Electric Fan Thermostat

      1 of 1 people found this helpful

      I purchased two of the thermostats to activate my two e-fans at different temps. my ignition wire is fused 10 amp, so I ran ign pow to one terminal on the thermostat. the other terminal is wired to 85 on my relay switch. if you already have e-fans installed on your vehicle, all you really have to do is cut a power... or ground wire and insert the thermostat in between and place the probe into upper radiator hose. once coolant reaches set temp the relay inside the thermostat will trip, allowing current to flow to power fans.

      Pros: easy install

      Cons: number dial missing

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      Electric Fan Thermostat (on 1990-1993 honda accord)

      1 of 1 people found this helpful

      i replaced several parts trying to solve my overheating problem including thermostat, both fan switches (water outlet and thermostat) Engine Coolant Temperature Sender (thought it was giving a false reading), Coolant temperature switch (solved hard starting because of heat), splicing better connectors to all the sensors i replaced including heat shielding wireloom, changing the ground that was just above driver side headlight with a thicker gauge directly to the ground of the battery (solves sporadic and non working speedometers) and both fans only come on when it's a quarter from "h" on the water temp gauge

      the relearn procedure didnt help either (jumping blue connector under the passenger dash and reving 3000 rpm for 5 mins with the hood close or letting it idle til the radiator fan come on after 6 hours sitting )

      setup wasnt hard the ground black wire of the fan went to the ground on the battery and the positive of the fan went to the electric thermostat then from thermostat to the 30 Amp 32 V fuse holder with a 20a fuse (bought separate) to the positive of the battery , the directions will tell you connect to an ignition source but a 12v 8amps radiator fan running while the engine is off for 15-30min. wont kill your battery unless you have a bad alternator or battery (an average car battery is 500+ cold cranking amps, a starter needs 135+ amps for cars, alternator gives 90+ amps depending on your rpms and car type, crown vic versus a corolla) drain about 2 qts of coolant, place the probe at the top radiator outlet have the probe facing against the water flow put Water pump RTV silicone all around the top radiator outlet then connect the hose and tighten the clamp the directions suggests a screw clamp is needed but that alone wont stop the leak but all is good after it dries replacing coolant and adjusting between 12 and 1 o' clock (clockwise higher temp. 150 f min. 240 f max temp.)

      Pros: stretch the life of the distributor, oil, and battery / more horsepower (cool distributor and intake air) / cools a/c condenser before idle

      Cons: needs Water pump RTV silicone to seal leak for setup, screw clamp wont solve leak (may crack on plastic if its to tight) / no temperature readout on screw adjustment

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      electric fan thermostat

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      It's a nice, compact package designed for controlling an electric fan for keeping your engine coolant at a proper temp. Not until I read the installation instructions did I realize that the probe is to be installed inside the upper radiator hose. To do this you are to pull the upper radiator hose off and lay the probe inside the open hose end. The thin piping attaching the probe to the controller must be carefully handled so as not to kink or break it. It is placed over the radiator hose bib and the hose is slipped back into place. A worm-gear clamp is recommended to hold the hose in place and (hopefully) keep coolant from seeping along the probe piping from leaking. If you were looking for a probe that was slipped into the radiator fins then this isn't what you're looking for. The concern is, at least for me, is whether or not the piping will be damaged sometime down the road when the radiator hose needs to be removed. Not sure about you but it seems to me that radiator hoses tend to get a little stuck in place after they have been in place for a while. My intent was to use this as a controller for an oil cooler on a quad but that is looking a little shaky at the moment. I may keep it to put on my project truck.

      Pros: nice kit, looks like quality components

      Cons: not mentioned in online description that the probe is to be installed in a radiator water hose & may not be what user is expecting

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