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Does anyone know what type if connector is used for the fan temp sensor? I can't find a generic pigtail for the harness and the dealer wasn't much help. My connector is broken so the fan is hard wired on. Any info would be great. Thanks!

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As far as I know, you have to get those from a bad harness.
 

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I called around to some dealers and auto shops. It seems that's your right jetmech, they all said you have to get a new harness or find an old one. I scoured the internet and found a connector that looks like it will fit but it's a shot in the dark. I'll follow up if it ends up working.
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You could always just solder the two wires to the switch and heat shrink them.
 

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Thanks for the suggestion. I wasn't able to find it on the website. But I was able to find the connector. Found it on a website called Iwireservices.com. And of all things it is an atmospheric pressure sensor for a Subaru. Good news there! Bad news is looking at factory cooling fan setups, it looks like there is a relay wired to the fan also. The wiring diagram I have doesn't show a relay. Can anyone confirm that it is supposed to have one? Thanks!
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I don’t have the wiring diagram, but I would think it should need a relay. The temp sensor sends power to the relay, which turns on the fan. Something has to tell the fan switch to turn on when it’s hot.
 

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Thanks for the suggestion. I wasn't able to find it on the website. But I was able to find the connector. Found it on a website called Iwireservices.com. And of all things it is an atmospheric pressure sensor for a Subaru. Good news there! Bad news is looking at factory cooling fan setups, it looks like there is a relay wired to the fan also. The wiring diagram I have doesn't show a relay. Can anyone confirm that it is supposed to have one? Thanks!
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I know this is an old post but I am needing this connector as well. Do you have a part number of the one you used?
 
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