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I am looking for the GM wiring harness part number 15912579. I have put together a nice electric fan cooling package using the fans, motors, and shroud from a 2007 Escalade. I want to use the OEM fan control wiring from the GM wiring harness part number 15912579, but am having a hard time finding a new one considering this part has been discontinued. Does anyone have one or know where to get one? When I was looking for new old stock parts on this forum before a member had the ability to search GM dealerships for inventory via part number. Thanks in advance!
Today my 03' SS started to shift very heavy. From 1-2 it would rev pass 3k. The shift time was very high pass 5sec which is not suppose to do. 2-3 is fine and 3-4 is good also. But than coming to a stop she will stay in 4th gear and not drop down to first. If I manually down shift she will give me first than I shift to second and she's good and so on but that's manually shifting her and she shifts perfect. So the transmission could have not gone out. I do not race in her I don't just randomly dog her around everywhere. I don't even daily her. Was just a good day to drive her and started ac
So I bought OEM electric fans from a buddy of mine he said they came of a wrecked 2005 silverado 1500. In the picture whoever had them before him made there own ground with a thick wire on the fuse box. I'm hoping that's fine. My question is the plug with the blue and green wire. Where exactly does this go in my 2003 silverado ss. I know that I have to put blue in pin 42 but the green I have no idea where it would go??? So if anyone's done this install with OEM E-fans please give me answers on how to install without buying a harness would rather try to keep it as if it was straight out of fac