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What are the stock low and high fan settings on a 2002 mustang gt? i changed the stock 195 deg thermostat to a 180 deg thermostat and not sure what to change fan settings to.

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  • Anonymous Jul 19, 2009

    i've installed bigger cams, injectors, throttle body and plenum, headers, exhaust, 3:73 gear, underdrive pulleys, etc. so i installed a 180 deg thermostat to try to help it run cooler mostly around town. with all the performance parts and running underdrive pulleys i thought that would help. wasn't sure whether or not to change fan settings with tuner or just leave stock fan settings?

  • Richard Scordino May 11, 2010

    Your computer is calibrated to operate all systems at 195 degrees. If you run the engine colder, it will throw everything off. (fans are your least problem then)

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The computer does all that. all you are doing by changing the value of the thermostat is having it open alittle sooner than later. not a prob.

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