2010 Mercedes SLK Class Radiator Fans, Clutches & Components

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      # 1059965275
      Mercedes SLK Class 2010, Auxiliary Fan by Genuine®. If your engine cooling system is in need of repair, don’t compromise the performance and safety of your car with suspect, off-brand replacement parts from the local auto parts chain...
      Designed to restore your vehicle’s engine cooling systemGenuine OE replacement parts from the OE manufacturer
      $679.74 - $690.29
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      # mpn1711360
      Mercedes SLK300 / SLK350 2010, Lo-Profile Direct Fit Dual Electric Fan by Flex-a-Lite®. With Variable Speed Controller. Diameter: 12 1/8". Size: 26 1/4" x 15 1/2" x 2 5/8". Keep your engine cool and free up some extra horsepower and...
      Prevents your engine from overheatingProvides increased horsepower and torque
      $436.27
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      # mpn1711334
      Mercedes SLK300 / SLK350 / SLK55 AMG 2010, Trimline Reversible Electric Fan by Flex-a-Lite®. Diameter: 16". Voltage: 12 Volt. The Trimline electric fans can be used as a primary fan or an auxiliary fan. They are economical fans that...
      Can be used as a primary or an auxiliary fanReversible design allows for use in pusher or puller applications
      $128.53
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      # mpn1711366
      Mercedes SLK55 AMG 2010, X-Treme Direct Fit S-Blade Electric Fan by Flex-a-Lite®. With Variable Speed Controller. Diameter: 12 1/8". Size: 26 1/4" x 15 1/2" x 4". With Full Shroud Measuring 26 1/4" x 15 1/2". Replace your old...
      Maximizes horsepower and torqueOptimizes gas mileage
      $486.93


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    2010 Mercedes SLK Class Radiator Fans Reviews

    Average rating:  3  3 - 1 review
    2.8 of 5
    If You Have to
    My '92 SC400 was leaking cooling fan oil. It never completely shit out, but I thought, "Why not?" So I paid like $500 for this electric fan that while is lighter, does not keep the motor any cooler. I haven't noticed any kind of gas mileage increase (still at 23 on the highway and like 17 in town) or any kind of power increase (although it must be said I didn't expect much, but the forums gave me a bit of hope). I suppose this conversion is fine, but if my OE fan wasn't dying, I wouldn't have bothered. $500 is $500, man.
    Posted by Tom Fletcher (Stillwater, OK) / July 10, 20181992 Lexus SC
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