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    Name that part!

    I just would like to know what this rectangle thing is on the back of the passenger/temp radiator fan. I know its not temp sensor to actually turn the fan on because those are in the radiator...Its on a 91 VR4 if that matters...



    Also, I think we should turn this thread into a game . Or people just post up what they dont know...Thanks.

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    The only thing I came up with in ASA is a resistor, radiator shroud blower (part #MB660754).. but I don't know if it is the same part you are talking about.

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    Pretty sure it's the resister the fan uses to kick from low to high speed. I think they placed it there as they have a tendency to get hot "hence the metal shield and directly in front of the airflow". Aftermarket fans are just on off so no need for the resistor.

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    If I have just the a/c fan, i shouldnt need it either than right

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbest671 View Post
    The only thing I came up with in ASA is a resistor, radiator shroud blower (part #MB660754).. but I don't know if it is the same part you are talking about.


    you are 100% correct, when you google search that part # you come up with Google Image Result for http://www.3sx.com/store/catalog/USED1OFF/MB660754-1-thumb.jpg

    which shows the exact thing he's asking about.


    here is one on 3sx
    http://www.3sx.com/store/comersus_vi...dProduct=30006

    another (picture may be hard to understand, its sitting on top of a box.. not a ecu)
    http://www.dragtimes.com/parts/MITSU...453994926.html

    and here, its talked about on 3si (what happens when it fails)
    http://www.3si.org/forum/f1/radiator...g-help-510583/
    Last edited by Torch; 06-28-2011 at 04:35 PM.

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