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Hey guys question. I have a 2014 ranger 6x6 I’m wanting to get it set up for deep water crossings and want to put an on/off switch for the fan. So I can temporarily kill power to the fan so it doesn’t come on while in the water, hopefully to avoid damage to the blades.
I have a wire diagram. I’m thinking of putting the switch on the fan relay power out OG/BK wire. Which is the power from relay to the fan.
Anyone have any input of think of a better way. I just want a simple on/off it will be in the on position anytime not in the water




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Hey guys question. I have a 2014 ranger 6x6 I’m wanting to get it set up for deep water crossings and want to put an on/off switch for the fan. So I can temporarily kill power to the fan so it doesn’t come on while in the water, hopefully to avoid damage to the blades.
I have a wire diagram. I’m thinking of putting the switch on the fan relay power out OG/BK wire. Which is the power from relay to the fan.
Anyone have any input of think of a better way. I just want a simple on/off it will be in the on position anytime not in the water




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Put your switch on the brown wire simply because it's easier to get to without cutting the harness wiring , remove the brown wire ring terminal and put your switch inbetween that connection ..
 
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