E36 328 Aux/Air Con Fan - wires (3 of them)
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    Aux/Air Con Fan - wires (3 of them)

    does anyone know what the three wires are to the air con fan? the fan im replacing with only has 2 wires.

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    cheers, will wire in a switch to i think on high speed.

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    I'd go for the high too.

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    dont suppose you got any idea on how to wire it. can i come from the relay in the fuse box do you think?

    or add a positive from ignition somewhere, then splice it into the postive (blue) wire on fan?

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