Our 1971 Jensen FF MKII has been getting new fans and a new wiring loom thanks to classic car technician John. Before the new fans were fitted, modifications had to be made to the brackets of the fans as they wouldn’t fit the vehicle in their current state.
After John had successfully completed the modifications, he fitted the loom, secured everything in place, and tested the fans.
John went on to check the draw on the fans as the 10 amp fuse blew when the fans cut in. Initially, both fans peaked at 11.5 amps. As there was only the 10 amp fuse fitted in the car, John changed this to a 20 amp fuse and retested everything.
During testing, the fans cut in and out 10 times without any issues.
Having to modify components is a regular occurrence for our team of classic car technicians and the new fans for our 1971 Jensen FF MKII are a prime example of this.
Our FF has made great progress over recent weeks as it continues to move towards the day when it drives out of the workshop and back to its owner.