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  1. Bigbananafeet

    Considering getting rid of the viscous fan for an electric one?

    "******* Electric Fans. Go anywhere 4x4 off road vehicle manufacturers fit a larger than average belt driven engine fan just in case you are the one in a million who tow two ton across the Sahara! However, as most owners spend the majority of their time on the road you suffer the noise of a...
  2. dumdums

    kenlowe fan wiring

    I have just installed the fan and need to now complete the wiring. I understand the diagram and how the thing is powered, however where is the best place and where am I supposed to wire it in? What I mean by this is: 1. The diagram shows power coming straight from the battery with a...
  3. B

    Fitting a Kenlowe heater

    Our TD5 Disco takes about 7 miles before any heat is felt inside the car these colder mornings, rather than shiver I've ordered a Kenlowe heater to preheat the engine. However the plumbing on the TD5 is quite complex so I'm after a little advise as to the best place to fit the heater and where...
  4. Richie_asg1

    General Kenlowe Hotstart

    You can open up the back to get to the electrical stuff without opening the "wet" side of things. It is a good idea to flush it through with tap water while it's out. Undo the screws holding the brown back on, most of the items are east to access in there. The later models had a thermostat...
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