Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby BILLC on Thu Feb 23, 2017 10:51 am

Hi Guys,

Found this fan at Sterling parts at Smithfield (Sydney) for $128 but im having issues finding a relay.
Can you use a different relay for this ? can anyone provide a part no.

http://www.sterlingparts.com.au/NGMBTT-FNA-08F
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby NowForThe5th on Thu Feb 23, 2017 12:24 pm

Amazing how some of these places latch on to something that might turn them a quick buck while there's demand.

Relay is just a standard plug in relay that goes in the fuse box. Get one from Mitsubishi, Narva, Jaycar, etc.
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby BILLC on Thu Feb 23, 2017 12:53 pm

NowForThe5th wrote:Amazing how some of these places latch on to something that might turn them a quick buck while there's demand.

Relay is just a standard plug in relay that goes in the fuse box. Get one from Mitsubishi, Narva, Jaycar, etc.
Will Any 4 pin 30 amp do the job?
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby NowForThe5th on Thu Feb 23, 2017 2:00 pm

Standard, micro size.

Looks like this:
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby furious on Thu Feb 23, 2017 5:51 pm

BILLC wrote:Hi Guys,

Found this fan at Sterling parts at Smithfield (Sydney) for $128 but im having issues finding a relay.
Can you use a different relay for this ? can anyone provide a part no.

http://www.sterlingparts.com.au/NGMBTT-FNA-08F


did it have the plug on it. might get one if it does.
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby BILLC on Thu Feb 23, 2017 8:15 pm

furious wrote:
BILLC wrote:Hi Guys,

Found this fan at Sterling parts at Smithfield (Sydney) for $128 but im having issues finding a relay.
Can you use a different relay for this ? can anyone provide a part no.

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did it have the plug on it. might get one if it does.
The plug is on there.... it took me longer to remove the grill then to do the install..
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby rb08 on Fri Feb 24, 2017 5:18 pm

Interested as well.

Any pics guys? Does it have the feet and bolt on pattern correct?
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby BILLC on Mon Feb 27, 2017 8:43 am

Sorry RB08,

Didn't take any photos but it has the feet and it bolts on correct.
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby jerrah on Tue Feb 28, 2017 12:47 pm

Interestingly the MQ looks like it has the same mounting. I wonder if it's the same fan!
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby gregned on Tue Feb 28, 2017 1:59 pm

Hey Jerrah, it is the same fan,but as yet I'm unable to find the plug to power it.
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby jerrah on Tue Feb 28, 2017 2:43 pm

gregned wrote:Hey Jerrah, it is the same fan,but as yet I'm unable to find the plug to power it.
I was looking for a spot to mount my dc-dc charger and I found the plug just dangling there with some other plug with green insides near where the fan would mount.

Not sure where the relay goes in the fusebox if it indeed uses a new relay as I think the layout is different MN vs MQ.
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby gregned on Tue Feb 28, 2017 4:49 pm

Any chance of a picture?
I still can't find it,
What colours are the wires and how thick are they?
I agree the fuse box is totally different.
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby jerrah on Tue Feb 28, 2017 9:32 pm

NOTE: This is a 2016 MQ.
gregned wrote:Any chance of a picture?

I took these photos earlier when I was poking around but I didn't take note of the wire colours...
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I believe (hope) the yellow plug is the same plug as on the MN.

gregned wrote:I still can't find it,
Sorry, my car has a bullbar, I have no idea where the cables were prior to the bullbar being fitted. The cables were dangling on the intercooler, I've cable tied them up out of the way now.

gregned wrote:What colours are the wires and how thick are they?
I agree the fuse box is totally different.
I can't tell the colours from the photo, I could probably have a look through the grill tomorrow but I'm not going to pull the car apart again until the weekend. I guess the fusebox might have to be a process of elimination. I suspect the Pajero Sport WOULD have the fan as per the Challenger and the relay will be fitted. You could always visit a dealer and pop the top off the fuse box! :-)

Does anyone know a Pajero Sport owner?
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby gregned on Wed Mar 01, 2017 6:14 pm

Hey Jerrah.
I have had a look at a Pajero Sport and it didn't have a fan in .
My ute is a MY 16 exceed, if you get a chance can you please see where the cables come from or what they are tied too, it's really bothering me that I can't locate them.
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby jerrah on Wed Mar 01, 2017 7:32 pm

gregned wrote:I have had a look at a Pajero Sport and it didn't have a fan in.
That's interesting. I thought it'd have the fan based on all the previous models.
greened wrote:My ute is a MY 16 exceed, if you get a chance can you please see where the cables come from or what they are tied too, it's really bothering me that I can't locate them.
I've got a 2016 GLX Plus. I doubt you'd have different wiring. If you remove the top plastic cover between the bumper and the engine bay and look down they're just to the right of the intercooler. That said the front of my vehicle has been cut off to fit a bullbar so I can't say if everything is where it was originally.
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby RHKTriton on Wed Mar 01, 2017 7:52 pm

Can't believe they still haven't fitted the AC fan on the MQ, the Super cheap unit I installed on my ML has allowed icy cold air on a 33° day. :lol:
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby coughy on Wed Mar 01, 2017 7:58 pm

yes the p/s does have a fan

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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby coughy on Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:03 pm

here is the wiring dia for it

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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby jerrah on Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:07 pm

coughy wrote:yes the p/s does have a fan
Is that from the current model Pajero Sport? Where did you find that manual I could only find the recently superseded Challenger (with the name Pajero Sport overseas)..

I don't suppose in that manual specifies which position in the fusebox the relay lives in? Or at least a wiring diagram? 8-)
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby jerrah on Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:09 pm

coughy wrote:here is the wiring dia for it
Awesome, thanks. I just need to work out the relay position now. :)
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby coughy on Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:15 pm

your two plugs look like they are d/l and fog light connections
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as the plugs A19,A22,A25 are all used or not A25 no connection
plugs A23,A24 llok like thats it and colours match
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby coughy on Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:18 pm

jerrah wrote:
coughy wrote:here is the wiring dia for it
Awesome, thanks. I just need to work out the relay position now. :)


that wiring is for the pajer sport
not the mq :?
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby jerrah on Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:20 pm

coughy wrote:your two plugs look like they are d/l and fog light connections
look here
That's disappointing. I can't seem to fully see your list of connections there. Is there an AC fan on it or am I going to have to Jerry rig something up?
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby coughy on Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:24 pm

no fan or connectors and no relay
looks like it is hack it time and do some mods for the MQ sorry
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Re: Airconditioning Thermo Fan connector

Postby jerrah on Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:24 pm

coughy wrote:that wiring is for the pajer sport
not the mq :?
I figured the MQ and Pajero Sport would be similar like the MN and Challenger. Especially since the mounts are there...
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