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    2012 Mustang GT, 2005 Mustang GT convertible, 1999 Porsche 911 Carrera 4, 2018 Jeep Compass Trailhawk
  1. I got mine from Dido as well. Look great and no issues so far after 2 years.
  2. OEM Rotary Switch to Manually turn on the Cooling Fans Rotary Switch to Manually Turn on the Cooling Fans Porsche 996/986 So the rotary switch has a fan symbol that lights up the same colour as the rest of the buttons in the car when the headlights are turned on. To turn on the low speed fans, rotate the dial up and the symbol lights up blue. Turn it down for the high speed (and the engine fan as well) and it turns red. The automatic function of the fans is not affected by this at all. In fact, the indicator lig
  3. Rotary Switch to Manually Turn on the Cooling Fans Porsche 996/986 So the rotary switch has a fan symbol that lights up the same colour as the rest of the buttons in the car when the headlights are turned on. To turn on the low speed fans, rotate the dial up and the symbol lights up blue. Turn it down for the high speed (and the engine fan as well) and it turns red. The automatic function of the fans is not affected by this at all. In fact, the indicator lights will turn on when the car switches the fans on, so you can tell when the high or low speeds are
  4. This took me awhile to do as we were not sure how to do it. We had to teach ourselves about making circuit boards, using diodes, transistors, relays etc ... in order to make this work. It seemed simple enough, but it really wasn't. Now there will be those of you that will ask 'why on earth did you bother to do this?' Answer is - because it is fun. I really like doing this sort of thing, and I hate blank buttons, so we made it a mission to find a purpose for all the blanks. Now we have all blanks with switches that do something. Now the car never did over heat, but when running at the
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