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Old 06-03-2009, 04:59 PM   #1
gold rush
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Default Help with slim fan

I am replacing my driver-side rad fan on my 04 WRX with a Hayden Slimline fan to accommodate room for a reverse intake intercooler pipe. I am wondering if I can tap into the wires from the existing rad fan plug to keep things simple? The new fan is only one speed and only has positive and negative wires, while the OE fan is two speed and has 4 wires.
Has anyone done this before, and if so which wires do I cut into?
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Old 06-16-2009, 12:53 AM   #2
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OK so here's what I did: I cut the original plug off the OEM fan and tapped into the blue and green wires with the positive and the black wire with the negative.
The slim fan is now working as normal but with only one speed.
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