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    Default Auto radiator fan problem in Suzuki Sedan (margalla)

    hi guys
    I own sedan suzuki 90 (margalla) 1000cc.
    I bought it in May, the radiator fan was direct, so whn we turn on first switch, it starts.
    in winters, i need car to get a little heatup. but it wasnt happening , coz of direct radiator fan, i went to electrician, he created an automatic system, and the car's radiator is automatic now.
    But the probelm is, When the heat meter goes above Half, it starts. i want it to start early.
    is that possible?
    electrition dont hav the answer of this question, i beleive he is short of knowledge.
    anyone knows about this issue? please


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    Half is the specified setting to start the fan,actually it depends on the thermal resistance of the thermostat switch,if u used low thermal resistance thermostat switch then the fan will start earlier before temperature needle reaches at half position.
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    You have 02 things by keeping it Automatic, Right now its working when your Car engine Coolant needs some cooling its OK unless you have some problem in Thermostat or Coolant passage ways otherwise, you need some Electrician help put a Manual Swicth in place as when you want you Fan should not start as soon as Ignition then that Switch should work as Automatic Fan while OFF but when Switch ON it should give Continuous Power to FAN for run by that way you can control it.

    There is no variable duration controller for fan turn ON and OFF while its Automatic it depends on Thermostat Switch, half way is actual temperature your car needs
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    you should change ur thermostate volve instead of thermostate switch to enjoy good heater. It will aslo reduce risk the failure the thermostate swith or fan.

    I did this with my previouse Margalla ( as the thermostate switch always failuare) and now with my 95 civic.

    You are always welcome whenever you are here at Islamabad to see, what I did.


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    With the genuine Mrgalla switch, you cannot do anything. There are switched with variable temperature setting available, but not in Pakistan. I wanted one for my Charade when I had it, but could not find it.
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