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I, too, am trying to get my ECU to control my radiator fan. I've applied Gtpdz's settings but i'm not having any luck. Also, is there a different setting that needs to be configured elsewhere? I am not able to activate the FPS in dsmlink, it is greyed out.
To expand on my setup, i've followed this thread to deal with the radiator fan wiring: click
Pin 1 and 6 are soldered together (I have no resistor on my aftermarket fan, so the fan is always "high")
Pin 3 and 4 are wired to the + and - connectors on the radiator fan
Pin 2 and 5 are wired to both prongs in the FPS T connector (perhaps this is where i screwed up). Bridging these two kicks the fan on with the key
Oddly, when I shut the car off the radiator fan will turn on for a couple seconds until the solenoid clicks off. That is why I assumed my wiring was correct. Not being able to trigger the FPS in dsmlink isn't helping my troubleshooting.
To trigger the relay manually with ECMlink you have to enable the factory settings.
Go to --> ECU config tab --> FPS tab --> check "enable normal (factory) settings"
Then go to the Misc tab and the FPS box should no longer be greyed out. Toggle the button to activate the FPS circuit.
For the wiring, you essentially want fan switch to be grounded through the FPS via the ECU. The hot side of the relay coil goes to 12v+. I use the switched side of the relay coil to control the ground side of the fan, and wire the fan's hot side directly to 12v+.