In message <1D6EE5D5D5A0D3118D4D00508B55EA1A468250@NTNREXH1>you write:
>The thermal switch temperature has to be higher than the thermostat
>temperature for it to work properly, otherwise the fan will be on
>most of the time as Chris DeStaffany mentioned below and the whole
>exercise is self-defeating.
Thanks to everyone for your replies. I don't think I will have a problem
with the fixed temperature switch. I only drive my car in the summer and
have a summer thermostat which I think is 170F or 175F so it should work
well with the 185F switch.
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