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Old 05-30-2011, 06:20 PM   #1
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SPI Cooling Fan Resistor

FYI, if any of you SPI owners ever need to change the cooling fan resistor which is picture below, U have to take the fan out to get to the resistor. Some foci can just unclip theirs but in my car (spi) I had to take the fan out from the bottom and unscrew a bolt holding the resistor in. I didnt take the fans all the way out, just unclipped the assembly, disconnected a few plugs and dropped it on the bottom and jacked the car up a bit so i could fit, and unscrew the nut and remove the resistor then put new one in. Really simple. Hope this helps some peeps.

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