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fans hooked to toggle switch

i ran a ground wire from ground under seat, then to a 5 amp fuse, then to a on-off toggle switch, then to both ground wires on the fans. now when in traffic, i can reach into the pouch, and turn on both fans. just what i did.
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i ran a ground wire from ground under seat, then to a 5 amp fuse, then to a on-off toggle switch, then to both ground wires on the fans. now when in traffic, i can reach into the pouch, and turn on both fans. just what i did.
Why didn't you just replace the sensor? It would have not been much harder than doing that wiring and you wouldn't have to worry about forgetting.

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