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Old 04-04-2012, 08:47 AM
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My issue is I don't know what speed I'm adjusting with the SC tuner(it only has one adjustment). I assume it's the low since it doesn't really drop the temp fast, it more like holds the temp.

One of these days I'll play with the wiring in the fan and apply power to the low/high speed wires to listen to it to see how it's running with the SC tuner. I still think I'll eventually get an aftermarket controller. Either way though, I am not having cooling issues, just want more control over the fan speeds/settings.

It sounds like from what you're saying the fan speed with AC on is low speed. If that's the case then low is all I have apparently with the SC tuner(since mine sounds the same as when the AC is on vs when it gets hot enough to kick the fan on).
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