Q: If you was hooking up a OEM cooling fan that has only 2 wires and one speed but my car has a high and low speed, what wires would you hook up?

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if you was hooking up a oem cooling fan that has only 2 wires and one speed but my car has a high and low speed what line would u hook it to high or low or does it matter

My car has 1007000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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