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Old 12-30-2014, 10:07 PM
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I was at the junk yard today looking for some other stuff & came across a Cadillac that had a fuse box for the Max fuses only. I removed a couple terminals out of it & used that to add another circuit to my GMPP controller harness fuse box. I also discovered that the GMPP harness fusebox was used on full size GM trucks, Suburbans, & Tahoes in the mid 90's.

Here is pic of one I found in a Suburban:





On my fuse box I cut the bus bar that feeds power to the Max fuses so I could pass the wires through the bottom of the box instead of routing it outside like it came from the factory. I moved those fuses up 2 spots & added the one for the fans. I found a Max breaker at the junk yard. I wrapped the wires with a zip tie to keep them from rubbing the buss bar where I cut it.





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I picked up a C6 fan controller. It is definitely huge, but surprisingly light:



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For the sake of keeping this thread updated, the above terminal is found here:

http://www.ese4you.com/Delphi.pdf

Page 31.

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Most of that catalog comes from this http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...82001339,d.cGU

There's a boatload of other Delphi info available. Just search for Delphi Global Connection Systems Catalog, grab a barrel of popcorn, and settle in for a spell.
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Old 01-03-2015, 01:28 PM
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Most of that catalog comes from this http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...82001339,d.cGU

There's a boatload of other Delphi info available. Just search for Delphi Global Connection Systems Catalog, grab a barrel of popcorn, and settle in for a spell.
Carl,

Thanks for the link. What an amazing array of products!

Has anyone used a C6 radiator fan on their project? The reason that I ask is that I plan to use one on my Cougar, but I want to know how accurate the pictures are.

The AC Delco looks like this:

http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/more...566&cc=1442776

Some of the other off brands look like this:

http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/more...346&cc=1442776

I want one that looks like the AC Delco, but I read a review on Amazon that has me questioning the appearance. The review said that it didn't look as advertised, which has me scared to order it. The listing on Amazon has the following (scary note):

"Note: ACDelco partners with other manufacturers to supply the parts your car was originally built with. This product is in a ACDelco package, however the part may have been manufactured by an independent ACDelco supplier and could have a different color or shape than the product image above."

Anyone use the AC Delco one? Did it look like the one in the picture with the full shroud?

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Hi Andrewb70, the vette controller will work with the holley dominator as I am doing the same thing :-)
I haven't finished putting it all together but I did test it before going through all the work and it worked great! Just remember to turn the ignition off and resync it after changes otherwise it didn't accept.

I did find that the c5 vette controller terminals are the same size as maxi fuse terminals so that's what I used and just put hest shrink on the ends.
Thanks for the help here guys I really like this setup
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Hi Andrewb70, the vette controller will work with the holley dominator as I am doing the same thing :-)
I haven't finished putting it all together but I did test it before going through all the work and it worked great! Just remember to turn the ignition off and resync it after changes otherwise it didn't accept.

I did find that the c5 vette controller terminals are the same size as maxi fuse terminals so that's what I used and just put hest shrink on the ends.
Thanks for the help here guys I really like this setup
Thanks for the info. I ordered a Dorman C6 fan through Amazon. It was $80 shipped and it already comes with the proper plug for the fan controller. Now I see that same fan for $121...Looks like I got a pretty good deal. I will post pictures once I get it.

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Thanks for the info. I ordered a Dorman C6 fan through Amazon. It was $80 shipped and it already comes with the proper plug for the fan controller. Now I see that same fan for $121...Looks like I got a pretty good deal. I will post pictures once I get it.

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What PN did you use to find it?
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Old 01-05-2015, 10:39 AM
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This is what I ordered, but it was $80...

http://www.amazon.com/Dorman-621-102...Dorman+621-102

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This is what I ordered, but it was $80...

http://www.amazon.com/Dorman-621-102...Dorman+621-102

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That's about an 18" blade then?

Andrew, when you get the assembly can you get some measurements for me? Blade diameter and depth of the motor/blade please. Thanks!!
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Old 01-05-2015, 11:09 AM
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That's about an 18" blade then?

Andrew, when you get the assembly can you get some measurements for me? Blade diameter and depth of the motor/blade please. Thanks!!
Donny,

I sure hope it isn't an 18" blade! The C6 radiator core is only a hair than 17" tall, so I suspect this fan has a 16" blade (hopefully!).

http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/more...645&cc=1442776

I will definitely post pictures and dimensions when I get it. Should have it tomorrow.

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