• Are heat exchangers that in conjunction with your radiator, keep your car's engine from burning-out and seizing.
• Are specifically designed to keep your car's engine running at a cooler temperature, which ensures the engine's longevity.
• Have 4 to 6 blades that rotate at high speeds to bathe your car's engine with adequate amounts of cool air.
• Are located between the radiator and the engine so heat is dispersed away from the engine.
• Are efficiently designed so that they turn on when the engine temperature rises and turns off when the engine temperature returns to normal.
• Sometimes are controlled by a thermostat switch.
With today's high-tech engines, there are a number of different kinds of radiator cooling fans available and choosing the right one can sometimes be confusing, at best. When shopping for a replacement cooling fan, follow your manufacturer's recommendation to be certain the cooling fan meets your vehicle's requirements. Do not purchase a cooling fan based on price alone - quality is critical to maintaining your vehicle's level of performance and to extend the life of your car's engine.
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