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  1. I got an unexpected call from the accessory shop today, the variable thermostatic fan switch kit I ordered Thursday arrived by post today. I collected it and it wasn't quite what I had been shown in the catalogue, but pretty close. Got home made a cuppa and had a look at the "Instructions". I quote "There are 3 terminals on the capillary switches, the ones to use are the C terminal & the number 2 terminal." OK Einstein which wire gos to which terminal ? The wiring diagram just has a breaker and "ON/OFF CONTROL SWTCH" in line between 12v + source and the 86 terminal on the relay, do I take it that it makes no odds which "end" goes on which? If I want to retain the manual override switch on the dash am I correct in thinking I run the wire and piggyback it on terminal 86 as well? Sorry if it's a bit vague ,if you need anymore info let me know. Cheers.
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