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Old 05-16-2004, 12:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hey when i bought my car it didnt have an aux fan because it had an accident and the guy told me that if i wanted the AC to work the only thing i needed was the aux fan.
is it easy to install a aux fan ? how do u do it ? i hope i dont have to remove the bumper

here is a pic of the brake duct.. is that the cord the aux fan is suppose to be connected to ?
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Unfortunately you have to remove your bumper for installing the fan. Good luck!
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If you have a clutch fan I'd just forget about the aux fan. It usually seizes up after a couple years anyways.
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If you have a clutch fan I'd just forget about the aux fan. It usually seizes up after a couple years anyways.
isnt the AC connected to it ?
so without the fan im guessing the AC wont work
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