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MN12 Performance Intercooler
Fan Kit 94-95 SC




Part#


ICFK100


stock intercooler fan kit 89-93 SC


Part#


ICFK200


stock intercooler fan kit 94-95 SC

Thank you for purchasing your MN12 Performance Intercooler Fan
Kit designed for the 1994-1995 Thunderbird SC. The kit comes with all the
needed hardware and instructions to install the fan kit with no special
tools required. This fan kit is designed to turn the fan on when the ignition
is turned ON. Intercooler temps can be reduced by as much as 30 degrees
F. Installation time is about 1-2 hours.


Installation Instructions

Disconnect the battery and remove it from the car. Remove the black
rubber stone guard from the underside of the front cross member. Remove
the radiator support bolts, drain the radiator and remove the upper radiator
hose so the radiator fan may be removed from the car. Disconnect the transmission
lines (automatics only) from the radiator and tie them up (while
removing the radiator is not mandatory it makes for an easier installation
).
With radiator and battery removed position the fan on the backside of the
intercooler about 3 inches from the top with the fan wiring located at
the top. Insert the rubber washers over the nails and insert them through
the Intercooler with the top nails installed first. Using the supplied
Push Pins secure the fan to the Intercooler (see picture)



Using the wiring kit supplied attach the three black wires (ground)
to the headlight ground location (see picture).



Next using a 1/8 inch drill bit drill a hole approximately 2.5" inches
from the radiator support bolt for mounting the relay. (see picture)



Next locate the ignition wire (R/LG) (red with a light green stripe)
in the Fuse box wiring harness. Their are several (R/LG) ignition coil
wires, the correct one has about 1 inch of slack that will allow you to
attach the tap for the fan turn-on . You need to remove the coolant reservoir
from the car and set it aside. Next unscrew the two nuts that hold the
175amp Megafuse and remove the fuse then unhook the wires. Next disconnect
the Power Distribution Box from it's support by using a small screw driver
to depress the 4 locking tabs that hold it down. When you have removed
the box from the support you will need to depress the 4 small locking tabs
that hold the top and bottom of the Power Distribution Box together. Once
you separate the top from the bottom locate the (R/LG) wire that runs from
the #3 fuse to the EEC relay (see Picture).



Pull the extra wire away from the main wiring harness and reassemble
the top and bottom of the Power Distribution Box. Reinstall the Power Distribution
Box to its bracket and using the wiring harness supplied connect the RED
12volt power lead to the Megafuse. (see picture)



Install the 3M 901 tap supplied (see picture) on the ignition
wire.

Connect the wiring harness to the thermostat switch




WIRE



CONNECTION

RELAY

RED

+12volts

30



YELLOW



Ignition Coil

85



BLACK



Ground

86



ORANGE



Fan

87

Reinstall the radiator, fan, and battery. Fill the radiator start the
car and check all connections.

Hardware:



1


30amp Relay


1


3M 901 Tap


1


Wiring harness


4


Fan support nails


1


Fan

Comments/Questions:




MN12 Performance Inc.



(703) 968-6513

 
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