RE: E-Fan write up
Hey thanks, its been awhile since I checked the post. I get a little practice writing instructions since that's what I do for CAT at the moment- write instructionsto build Backhoe Loaders.
I guess I'll add one thing that's been bugging me awhile. The only reason I stuck the controller in the cab was to physically see that it was on, but since it acts like a relay and will always show its on even if it blew a fuse, it defeats the purpose of reading the lights on the unit. If I were to start over, I would just wire in an LED to the Secondary Fan option (gray wire I think) and drag that to the cab instead. Mounting it in the cab now, as an after thought was more work than needed. So I guess my suggestion if anyone follows the same route is to just find a good mounting space under the hood and pull the gray wire in the cab.