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auto trans oil cooler fan

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hello

i want to install auto trans oil cooler with fan,now i want to take the signal from the radiator fan to the cooler fan so the cooler fan will work when the rad fan works.

my quastion is which rad fan should i take the signal.

they both works together,does one works only when AC is on,there is high and low spin?

thanks.

 

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It's the one on the left as you look at it I think, that's the fan you want to connect, like you say other one on works when the a.c. is operational.

 

You may be better getting a thermostatically controlled cooler installed

 

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the passenger side right?

but i think that both of them workes when the thermostat open...?

so what's the function of each one?

 

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as above have it activated dependant on the temp of the oil not the temp of your water, your tranny oil may be working harder than your rad coolant

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ok so there is on the way oil cooler with fan and hayden thermostat,now my quastion is how do i know it's working well?

 

 

 

 

do i have to put oil temp gauge?

 

 

 

 

if i do , where can i attach it ,is it will work if i take signal from the thermostat to the gauge,or i have to put another thrmo unit for the gauge?

 

 

 

 

thanks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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You'll have to add an oil temp gauge, normally it goes under the bung above the no3 cylinder, you should see the oil temp rising to operating temp then once it hits what ever the oil cooler stat is programmed to open at it should stay at a constant temperature

 

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it has a spacial place to put the unit of the guage in, cause i didn'g get the place that you told me.

 

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Ah ok do you have a sandwich plate that goes inbetween the oil filter and the modine ? Normally they have places to put a temp sensor in

 

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i have internal filter,but i have to check may be there is plate where the outer filter (other models) should be

 

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if i will put the sender in the inner line that goes from the trans to the cooler or the outer line never mind, using this T and fitting hose does the sender will not block the oil from moving inside the T, it looks like the sender will screw into the T and block the all place from oil to pass am i wrong?

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Is this the type of sender you have ? If so it should only screw in about half way leaving the tip to sit in the flow776c56823fdc45a44ed97edba64a0231.jpg

 

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i have this it is the same?

but if need i will buy what you showed me858331939cb088c19c52c0d3be60d4a6.jpg

 

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It looks pretty much the same apart from the wiring is included on the pic i posted,

 

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