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Re: Convert to an electric fan?
Verdict is in for me as well. All conditions being relatively the same (gas station, driving habits, etc.), I went from 14 mpg to 16 mpg. Pretty much the same as blabhern with a 2 mpg increase. I will continue to monitor, as I always do and post with updates. Of course, our gas will switch sometime soon I think to summer gas (non-oxygenated). Even though they say it doesn't affect mpg, I do lose some mpg during the winter and not just because it is colder and changes that brings.