I was wondering when taking the measuremen's for the width and hight, do I decrease it to make sure it will seal to the radiator?
Anker from New orleans on
Fan Diameter (in):13.500 in., Maximum Fan CFM:4,600 cfm, Height (in):17.500 in., Width (in):27.500 in., Thickness (in):4.000 in., Maximum Fan RPM:2,100 rpm. Thank you.
from New orleans on
Does this fit a 2001 Ford Explorer? I selected that under the vehicle but it got all kinds of variable results and I am not sure what fits.
Daniel Murray from Florida on
They don't offer a direct fit replacement for the Ford Explorer. The fan you are looking at is a universal fan with mounting brackets included. You would want to measure the existing fan shroud height and width. This fan would have plenty of pull for either engine V6 or V8. They are designed for ease of installing using the supplied parts.
Rody from Florida on
what is the amp draw
slim from florida on
The fan pulls 28 amp's and runs a 40 amp fuse.
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