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Electric radiator cooling fans use a lot of juice. So carmakers use a fan relay to switch them on and off. If your radiator fan doesn't work, don't automatically assume you've got a bum fan motor. First test the fuse for the radiator fan. If it checks out, test the radiator fan relay. Here's how. Unplug the electrical connectors to the radiator fans. Then turn your A/C to the MAX position and start the engine. Use a multimeter to check for power at the unplugged fan connectors. If…
1979 FORD F-350 sat there for 25 years they edited it out. Only prob with it was the radiators fans which were set up to tow heavy trailers with electric fans. this is the same Guy who makes snap judgments and calls about my life and you go along with it.
Another Peltier woodstove fan. Instructables. OKish. So I bought an EcoFan for a friend and decided that it was a cool concept and built one from scratch. The fan gets its power from a peltier element that is used in reverse, i.e. it is generating electricity from the heat given off from the stove top. More can be found on the wikipedia article on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermoelectric_cooling