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Check your Radiator Fan!!!!!!

cogs

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City, State
texas
Year, Model & Trim Level
'94 sport 2wd
i replaced my fan, and it had the extension ring, but i didn't use it, because the old bolts were too short, of course.
also, whenever i replaced the waterpump a while ago, the pulley on it runs wobbly, and the fan's attached to that. i don't know why it runs wobbly?
 




Josh P

Shaggin Wagon
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City, State
Phoenix Az
Year, Model & Trim Level
1991 aerostar
I upgraded my 91 aerostar from a standard duty to severe duty fan hub and an 11 blade fan off an S10. I used the same hub and fan on my 99 grand cherokee.
 




AZ3008

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City, State
Doyle, CA
Year, Model & Trim Level
'92 XLT
Joining the "I recently replaced my fan" party - a couple of months ago the fan on my 92 (pushing 250,000 mi.) decided to 'semi-explode'. One blade headed for parts unknown, and took part of the fan shroud (underneath) with it, as well as splitting the side. On a positive note, I can now pull the shroud without pulling the fan or radiator! Replaced it with a generic, run-of-the-mill fan, but thanks to this thread I'll be sure to keep a constant check on it!

As a side-note, the old fan was cracked from here to next week and back. Apparently a couple of cracks came together behind the blade that took off, and centrifugal force did the rest.
 




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