Electric fan sender???

airbrush guy

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I am about to install dual electric fans on my aluminum radiator to keep my Hudson/Caddy 500 cooler.
Would the outlets in either the rear corner of the driver-side head or the plug on the front passenger-side just below the thermostat housing (see pics) be better?
Thanks
 

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Darius

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I am about to install dual electric fans on my aluminum radiator to keep my Hudson/Caddy 500 cooler.
Would the outlets in either the rear corner of the driver-side head or the plug on the front passenger-side just below the thermostat housing (see pics) be better?
Thanks
Excuse my slowness, but better for what?

bro. "confused," d
 

airbrush guy

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Thank you Darius, I guess my question based on my unfamiliarity with Cadillacs was simply...Can a fan temperature sending unit be placed in either of these holes , is there water behind them? And would either hole give a truer temperature reading than the other?
Thanks for your help.
 
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