Great thought. I won't take my A/C system out living in Florida but for someone to try this try jumping the plug on the high side switch at the condensor.ke6960 said:heres a question.... on my saturn if you turned the ac on it would turn the fan on an when i removed the ac system i put a jumper in this one plug for the ac system and then whenever i turned my ac on (which wasnt there) it would just make the fan come on..... are tds set up simmilarly (where if turn the ac on the fan comes on??) and if either you took the ac system out (like me) or it isnt there but for some reason you still have the button for it is there a thing that can be jumpered to make the fan come on??
Connect a wire inline to the blue wire with a pink tracer off the fan relay. Run that wire throught the firewall and connect it to the accessory prong. Connect a second wire from the ground prong of the switch to the body.WestonM22CSX said:Hello. I decided to wire up a manual fan switch for my car and I have one question about the switch itself. It has two prongs; Accessory and Ground. I know I'm suppose to wire it up 'passively' so that when the switch is off the computer can still control the fan and I need to connect a wire to the fan relay ground (blue) wire. Does that wire go to the ground prong on the switch or to the accessory prong, then another wire go from the ground prong to a body ground? Or just one wire from fan relay ground to ground on switch and it's done? Thanks!