Anyone figure out how to jump the cooling fans

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  1. paul suloff

    paul suloff Silver Member

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    Want to run them with engine off to cool at the track.
    Old cars could do it by jumping the fuse with some alligator clips. Terminals are different in 15s.
     
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    Nope:mad: Pulse width signal from ECM
     
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    Would think you could find the power supply at the plug for the fans and jump it from the hot terminal and ground under the hood?
     
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    The cooling fan is a module already has constant power and ground, the third wire is from ECM and is a pulse width signal sent to fan module (fan) no way to jump anything like 2014 on down
     
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    It my mistake of information you can turn it on hp scanner not suite (scanner)or start wit this wire diagram
     

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    Bump.

    On our dodges we used to put a switchable resistor in the water temp signal to trick the truck into 240* water temp, high idle, and full fan would ensue.

    Might be able to leave the ignition on, and trick the car into thinking high water temp? I know some cars will run the fans engine off if excessive water temps.

    A thought.....
     
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    what ever you do, might want to unplug the fan first so you don't feed any current back upstream to the computer. Might have to make a jumper wire set and power it from an aux. battery. Then when you are ready, unplug and replug into the original wire connector.
     
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    Could turn your PCM into a Samsung Note 7

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    With the car not running, and fans on, all you're cooling is the fluid in the radiator...... why not let it idle with the A/C on? The A/C being on triggers the fans to run and at idle, the water pump will be circulating coolant through the engine.

    If you want it cooler than idle temp, maybe get a large cage fan and have it blowing into the lower grille to hopefully get air through the radiator and around the block to cool it?

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    You have to start the car ever so often to let the water circulate.
     

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