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Cooling Fans & Type 1 Mini Circuit Breakers

Arctic Cat Engine Cooling Fans, New **1 year warranty**, Replaces 0413-123 & 0413-044

I have new replacement engine cooling fans for Arctic Cat ATVís & Prowlers. These fans fit almost all Arctic Cat utility ATV's & Prowlers. They have the correct plug installed. These are very high quality fans with a 1 year warranty. If the fan fails within one year of purchase, just send it back for a replacement. I handle all warranties. No third party to deal with.

If you are not sure if this is the correct fan for you Arctic Cat, please send me a message. I would be happy to look it up for you. I just need the year, model & engine size of your machine.

New OEM price over $150

OEM Part # 0413-123 & 0413-044

This is a high quality aftermarket fan, not OEM

Please email me with any questions.

Thank You!!

Type 1 (self resetting) Mini Circuit Breakers

These are the same breakers that you can find at Napa for $10-15 each. I have 10a, 15a, 20a, and 30a rated breakers in any quantity you would like so you can do just your fan, your main, or your entire fuse box!

For those of you who do not know what this is, it's a small circuit breaker that replaces your fuse. Being the "Type 1" style, it self resets so once the power demand falls back under the rating of the breaker, it'll close the circuit again for normal use.

What benefit is this to you? Many have found them incredibly useful for use on the fan circuit. If the fan is running and you hit a stream or body of water, often times the fan blades will have more resistance due to them slapping the water. This resistance causes more current draw, which blows the fuse and the rider won't know it until they realize their ATV is overheating a ways down the trail. With the Type 1 mini circuit breaker, it'll trip, but once you get out of the water and the fan's power demand goes back to normal, then the breaker resets and the fan continues to work normally.

These have also used them in place of the main fuse. If the wiring harness happens to wear and blows your main fuse, you're machine is dead. If you have a spare fuse, it MIGHT get you home, but it may blow just like the last one did and leave you walking home. With a mini circuit breaker, you are able to find the short, field repair it and continue on your ride and help get you home safely.

After installing the breaker, you may need to either remove or cut out part of the foam spare fuse holder to make room. The breakers are taller than the stock fuses.

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