Specifics and Benefits:
Aids to Cool the Entire Engine Bay, including Radiator, A/C System, Intercooler, Oil System, and Transmission.
Design Provides Excellent Engine Bay Clearance
High Quality Lightweight Plastic Durable Material
Style; Brings More Space for Engine Modification
Direct Bolt-On Installation, Requires No Modification
OE Fitment or Replacement, Push or Pull Type
Brand New Radiator Cooling Fan Straight Blade for Universal Use
- Maximum Fan CFM （Cubic Feet per Minute）:600CFM
- Maximum Fan RPM（Revolution(s) Per Minute）=2200±10% RPM
- Blades: 10pcs
- Voltage: DC 12 Volts
- Wattage: 80 Wattage
- Package includes:
- 1x 6inch Electric Cooling Fan
- with Hardware and Mounting Kits
Common problem, possible causes, and solutions
Below is a table of common problems and possible solutions on radiator cooling fan for reference
Work for a period of time
Water temperature is too high or too low
Replace the parts
Replace the fan
Temperature control switch broken
Fan temperature overload
Low rotate speed
Long time used and dust
Clean up dust
Replace the other high power fan
Smoke / Burning fuse
Replace the other fan or fuse
Higher 100℃ temperature around the car
Replace the other fan
Check and Repair line
Line short circuit or External temperature is too high
Step 1: For Electric Radiators, Disconnect Electrical Wiring.Confirm your radiator is electric or driven by a belt. If it’s electric Unclip wires on the back of the radiator before continuing.
Step 2: Remove Radiator Fan Shroud .Using a wrench and/or ratchet and socket set, remove the bolts connecting the shroud to the radiator. Then lift the shroud straight up and off of the radiator to expose the fan. Please keep bolts to reinstall the new radiator fan.
Step 3: Remove the Old Fan.use your wrench and/or ratchet and socket set to remove the bolts or disassemble the fan clutch and fan assembly.
Step 4: Replace Radiator Fan.insert new fan into the space where the old radiator fan was previously installed. Use the bolts that you unscrewed in the previous step to secure the new radiator fan in place.reattach the fan clutch and assembly if necessary.
Step 5: Reattach Electric Wires and Test.reattach the electrical wiring,lower the hood of your car and test to make sure the new radiator fan is working properly.