Chip: - cost varies. A cookie cutter chip should run $250 on up.Saleen302 said:Which of these is the least expensive method and approx. how much is it?
This will work too but #1 is that a two speed controller? #2 that'll require a lot more wiring than the Pro-M unit as well as cutting up the harnes under the hood.mahstang said:Hayden fan controller from pep boys... $35
You could make that work, and for the $$ it's probably worth it.mahstang said:You don't have to cut anything with it. You just use those plastic pieces that fold over the two wires and tap into the other wires. The factory system remains intact. There is a lot of wiring but the system is adjustable anywhere from like 160 - 230 or something. I bought one but haven't installed it yet so I dont know how convenient it is or anything.
Are you hooking up the hayden controller so that it activates the CCRM or bypassing it all together? Assuming you're bypassing the CCRM you are having the Hayden controler run relays that switch the high current load, right?kpl said:I got one of those Hayden adjustable fan controllers and need some help wiring it up properly. From the Hayden I've got the red going to the battery, black to ground, yellow to red/green on the CCRM, and orange to ?. I had orange going to the red/orange on the CCRM but that did work, in fact the low speed fan didn't work at all and my manual switch to turn on the high speed fan would blow the fuse on the Hayden....I have the switch for the high speed fan grounding out the lt greeen/purple wire from the CCRM. What wire should the orange go to on the CCRM? thanks,