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Radiator Fans, Clutches & Components

When your engine is working, it burns fuel and generates a great deal of heat that must be promptly dissipated. The cooling system of your vehicle is designed to get rid of that excessive heat. One of its key parts is a cooling fan. Its primary function is to draw air through the radiator in order to prevent your car from overheating when it's running idle or at low RPM. The fan also helps to cool down the air, which the air conditioning system blows into the cabin.

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A fan consists of plastic or metal shroud, which encloses the part and directs the airflow and a number of plastic blades. The operation, however, depends on the fan type your vehicle has. There are mechanical and electric fans. FWDs have the electric fan powered by a motor and controlled by the engine computer or thermostatic switch. Most RWDs are equipped with the mechanical fan driven by the water pump belt and controlled by a clutch.

We aim to provide our customers with the finest Radiator Fans, Clutches & Components the industry can offer, which is why we accept no compromise when it comes to the quality. Created by the most reputable names in the industry, such as Replace, Hayden, Dorman, Genuine, APDI, Beck Arnley, TYC, Mopar, Motorcraft, Febi, Sherman, AISIN, Rein, Auto 7, Bosch, NPW, Denso, Crown, Omix-Ada the Radiator Fans, Clutches & Components we've gathered for you feature precise design and everlasting durability.

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So why do cooling fans fail in the first place? For example, because of the damaged shroud which can reduce the fan's efficiency by half. If you own a mechanical unit, be ready for a worn out belt or damaged clutch. When inconsistent with engine speed, the fan can't pull air through the radiator and stop the engine's overheating. A clogged radiator may lead to the fan failure too. Though electric fan motors are durable, they tend to burn out and trigger further damage to the system. Another thing that can be at the bottom of the damage are bent blades.

There are certainly a lot of indicators showing that something is wrong with the fan. The very first warning sign of a malfunctioning unit can be found on the dashboard. Rising engine temperature and inactive air conditioning may also be identifiers of a damaged fan. If the engine overheats more when traveling around town but is fine on the highway, then the airflow across the radiator has been somehow affected and the cooling fan can't operate. Uncommon noise, vibration, and excessive wear of the water pump shaft may be caused by bent fan blades.

Inspection of the cooling fan should be part of cooling system maintenance, and especially necessary if you’re experiencing higher than normal operating temperatures. Electric cooling fans on modern vehicles are computer controlled and diagnosis is more detailed than space permits here, but if the fan doesn’t run basic checks like power at the motor can be made. If there is no power it could be due to a blown fuse, or defective relay or temperature switch. Mechanical fan clutches can be checked for fluid leaks and bearing wear. If the fan doesn’t turn smoothly by hand or there is no viscous drag, the clutch should be replaced.

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Everyone knows that your vehicle's engine needs its oil and filter changed at regular intervals. Most folks also know that there are other items which need regular servicing and replacement, such as the air and fuel filters. But what about the cooling system? The fact is, a modern vehicle's cooling system does such a great job at preventing an engine from...
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Radiator Cooling Fans Reviews
Average rating: 4.5 4.7 - 39 reviews
2000 Hyundai Tiburon | Posted by Josiah | (Mesa, AZ)

Part came quickly, no issues or concerns upon arrival. It's a slimmer fit design than my previous fan, so hopefully the back won't get as hot/melt.

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