Cooling Fan Override for Honda Pioneer 1000 models. - PRE-ORDER!

Cooling Fan Override for Honda Pioneer 1000 models. - PRE-ORDER!

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CURRENTLY ON PRE-ORDER
ETA - LATE JAN 2019. 

 

Has your Pioneer 1000 overheated? Is your fan coming on as it should? Take the guess work out of it with a complete fan override kit for your Honda Pioneer 1000.

Many users report being unable to get there fan to come 'ON' even at 3 to 4 bars hot. This kit sokves that and allows you to control the fan by keeping it ON upon demand with a flip of a switch.

Completely plug-n-play, this kit requires no cutting or splicing of the factory wiring harness. This makes for an easy and clean installation. 

  • Turn the fan "ON" upon demand.
  • 2 Position switch. Factory mode / Fan ON
  • Plug-n-Play using factory sealed connectors. 
  • Built-in relay provides full power outside the factory system. 
  • 30A in line fuse included
  • Pre wired fan rocker switch.
  • Lighted fan rocker switch. 

Fitment

  • All Pioneer 1000 models. 
  • Pioneer 1000-3 (2016-2018)
  • Pioneer 1000-5 (2016-2018)

*WILL NOT WORK with the Pioneer 700 or Pioneer 500.

The kit is plug and play using factory sealed connectors. Also included is a sealed LED Rocker switch pre wired. 

To install unplug the factory fan connector and plug this adapter in-between the factory plugs. Use the supplied zip ties to secure the lead line up to the dash.

Switch setup.

2 - Incomong from 12v source

3 - outgoing to the fan override. 

6 - lower light, positive from source such as headlights. 

7 - Negative for #6, lower light.

8 - Negative for #3, 'on' light. 

Installation is easy. 

Layout the kit as desired. Feed the sealed connectors towards the drivers side tire. Unplug factory fan connectors located at the bottom passenger side of the radiator. Plug in this connector inline. 

 

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This kit is powered independently.

To wire "key on" do the following. Snip and seal off the white wire at the switch. Supply your own "key-on", low amp, 12v supply wire. Now it will work with "key-on" power.