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Dorman
2005 Buick LaCrosse Engine Cooling Fan Assembly - N/A 6 Cyl 3.6L Dorman

P311-0F26AC0    621-109  New

Qty:
$144.20
Dorman Engine Cooling Fan Assembly  N/A
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color/Finish: Black
    • Connector Quantity: 2
    • Connector Type: Male
    • Fan Blade Material: Plastic
    • Fan Quantity: 2
    • Feature - Benefit 1: Optimal Air Flow Prevents Vehicle From Overheating
    • Feature - Benefit 2: Plug And Play Jumper Harnesses Included (where Applicable)
    • Feature - Benefit 3: Direct Replacement For A Proper Fit Every Time
    • Feature - Benefit 4: All Motors Are Tested Prior To Final Packaging Of Fan Assembly
    • Mounting Bracket Included: No
    • Package Contents: Radiator Fan Assembly
    • Shroud Included: Yes
    • Shroud Material: Plastic
    • Terminal Quantity: 2
Brand: Dorman
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2005 - Buick LaCrosse V - 217 N/A
Dorman
2005 Buick LaCrosse Engine Cooling Fan Assembly - N/A 6 Cyl 3.6L Dorman

P311-0F26AC0    621-109  New

Qty:
$144.20
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color/Finish: Black
    • Connector Quantity: 2
    • Connector Type: Male
    • Fan Blade Material: Plastic
    • Fan Quantity: 2
    • Mounting Bracket Included: No
    • Package Contents: Radiator Fan Assembly
    • Shroud Included: Yes
    • Shroud Material: Plastic
    • Terminal Quantity: 2
Brand: Dorman
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Vehicle Block CC CID Position
2005 - Buick LaCrosse V - 217 N/A
VDO
2009 Mazda 6 Engine Cooling Fan Assembly VDO

P311-2305347    W0133-1841710  New

Qty:
$712.53
VDO Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • Fan shroud, Both Fan Blades and Motors
Brand: VDO
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2009 - Mazda 6
Genuine
2002 Jaguar X-Type Engine Cooling Fan Assembly Genuine

P311-274F791    W0133-1826746  New

Qty:
$900.20
Genuine Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Dual Fan and Shroud Assembly Includes Aux. Fan Control Unit
    Some Applications May Require C2S 46951 Link Lead
  • Dual Fan and Shroud Assembly
    Some Applications May Require C2S 46951 Link Lead
Brand: Genuine
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2002 - Jaguar X-Type
VDO
2001 Dodge Neon Engine Cooling Fan Assembly VDO

P311-1BD9362    W0133-1936031  New

Qty:
$195.70
VDO Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • with Single Fan System
Brand: VDO
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2001 - Dodge Neon
VDO
2000 Plymouth Neon Engine Cooling Fan Assembly VDO

P311-1BD9362    W0133-1936031  New

Qty:
$195.70
VDO Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: VDO
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2000 - Plymouth Neon
VDO
2001 Dodge Neon Engine Cooling Fan Assembly VDO

P311-5479CE9    W0133-1969789  New

Qty:
$265.92
VDO Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • with Dual Fan System
Brand: VDO
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2001 - Dodge Neon
VDO
2000 Cadillac DeVille Engine Cooling Fan Assembly VDO

P311-02C0985    W0133-1940408  New

Qty:
$245.25
VDO Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: VDO
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2000 - Cadillac DeVille
VDO
1987 Toyota Camry Engine Cooling Fan Assembly VDO

P311-2AE0942    W0133-1910603  New

Qty:
$223.67
VDO Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • This assembly includes the fan motor, the fan blade, and the shroud. The The fan motor only is also available separately (see the catalog entries in the Auxiliary Fan Motor category for availability).
  • This assembly includes the fan motor, the fan blade, and the shroud. The fan motor only is also available separately (see the catalog entries in the Auxiliary Fan Motor category for availability).
  • Motor, Blade, & Shroud
Brand: VDO
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1987 - Toyota Camry
VDO
2004 Mitsubishi Galant Engine Cooling Fan Assembly VDO

P311-2320146    W0133-1936324  New

Qty:
$302.66
VDO Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • This assembly includes both left and right fan motors, the left and right fan blades, and the shroud. Order 1 fan assembly per vehicle. The fan motors only are also available separately for some applications (see the catalog entries in the Auxiliary Fan Motor category for availability).
Brand: VDO
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2004 - Mitsubishi Galant
VDO
2008 Mitsubishi Galant Engine Cooling Fan Assembly VDO

P311-2320146    W0133-1936324  New

Qty:
$302.66
VDO Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • exc. with Calif. emission system.
  • This assembly includes both left and right fan motors, the left and right fan blades, and the shroud. Order 1 fan assembly per vehicle. The fan motors only are also available separately for some applications (see the catalog entries in the Auxiliary Fan Motor category for availability).
Brand: VDO
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2008 - Mitsubishi Galant
VDO
2004 Mitsubishi Galant Engine Cooling Fan Assembly VDO

P311-2320146    W0133-1936324  New

Qty:
$302.66
VDO Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • with integrated fan assembly (1 shroud for both left and right fan motors).
  • This assembly includes both left and right fan motors, the left and right fan blades, and the shroud. Order 1 fan assembly per vehicle. The fan motors only are also available separately for some applications (see the catalog entries in the Auxiliary Fan Motor category for availability).
Brand: VDO
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2004 - Mitsubishi Galant
VDO
1998 Chevrolet Lumina Engine Cooling Fan Assembly VDO

P311-38A26B0    W0133-1908630  New

Qty:
$98.52
VDO Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Complete assembly for one side. Includes Shroud and Mounting Bracket
Brand: VDO
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1998 - Chevrolet Lumina
Nissens
2000 Mazda Protege Engine Cooling Fan Assembly Nissens

P311-59CE83A    W0133-1958017  New

Qty:
$141.10
Nissens Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • Production: 03/01/2000-, A/C Additional Fan
Brand: Nissens
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2000 - Mazda Protege
Nissens
2001 Mazda Protege Engine Cooling Fan Assembly Nissens

P311-59CE83A    W0133-1958017  New

Qty:
$141.10
Nissens Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • A/C Additional Fan
Brand: Nissens
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2001 - Mazda Protege
Nissens
2003 Mazda Protege Engine Cooling Fan Assembly Nissens

P311-59CE83A    W0133-1958017  New

Qty:
$141.10
Nissens Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • A/C additional Fan
Brand: Nissens
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2003 - Mazda Protege
TYC
1988 Ford Taurus Engine Cooling Fan Assembly TYC

P311-22CD639    W0133-1860530  New

Qty:
$202.13
TYC Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • Includes Fan, Blade & Motor
Brand: TYC
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1988 - Ford Taurus
TYC
1994 Ford Thunderbird Engine Cooling Fan Assembly TYC

P311-3A67D40    W0133-1860568  New

Qty:
$149.72
TYC Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
  • Includes Fan, Blade & Motor
Brand: TYC
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1994 - Ford Thunderbird
TYC
1993 Ford Escort Engine Cooling Fan Assembly TYC

P311-24CE9C6    W0133-1707787  New

Qty:
$154.26
TYC Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
Brand: TYC
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1993 - Ford Escort
Dorman
1994 Ford Mustang Engine Cooling Fan Assembly Dorman

P311-39052CC    W0133-1860872  New

Qty:
$178.00
Dorman Engine Cooling Fan Assembly
Brand: Dorman
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1994 - Ford Mustang

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2004 Saturn Radiator fan removal - HELP

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Question From comnavguy on 2004 Saturn Radiator fan removal - HELP

I have a 2004 Saturn ION with the 2.2 L engine. I need ANY help I can get on removal of the cooling fan.

It looks as if the A/C condenser may need to be removed to get to the coolant fan housing.

I can't believe I have to open the A/C system and move A/C lines To get to the coolant fan.

I need help.

Response From Double J Top Rated Answer


Disconnect the cooling fan electrical connector
Remove the cooling fan wire from the fan shroud.
Raise and support the vehicle.
Remove the cooling fan assembly from the radiator by pushing up on the fan shroud to unsnap the retaining features. Position the cooling fan assembly away from the radiator.
Remove the air dam push-in retainers
Remove the air dam.
Remove the right engine splash shield to radiator mount push-in retainer.
Remove the left engine splash shield to radiator mount push-in retainer.
Remove the lower radiator mount, brackets, and bolts. Support the radiator and condenser.
Tilt the radiator and condenser forward in the vehicle. Remove the cooling fan assembly from the vehicle.

Tilt the radiator and condenser forward in the vehicle. Install the cooling fan assembly into the vehicle.
Verify that the upper radiator mounts are installed in the vehicle.
Raise the radiator and condenser into position. Verify that the upper radiator mount pins align with the upper radiator mounts.
Install the lower radiator mounts, brackets, and bolts.
Tighten the lower radiator mount bolts to 25 nm ( 18 ft lbs)
Install the right engine splash shield to radiator mount push-in retainer.
Install the left engine splash shield to radiator mount push-in retainer.
Install the air dam and the push-in retainers.
Align the cooling fan shroud retaining features to the radiator. Pull down on the cooling fan assembly to snap the shroud onto the radiator.
Lower the vehicle.
Connect the cooling fan electrical connector.
Install the cooling fan wire to the fan shroud.

03 honda element no start

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Question From toolman0007 on 03 honda element no start

my lovely little friend is back..03 honda element standard shift . is there a way of testing the starter on this thing with out removing it
had a rotted off neg cable on the motor side replaced that but no change not sure about switches on interior clutch arm. have voltage on one of the two, but only in crank mode. it will start with rolling jump. any info would be greatly appreciated

Response From Tom Greenleaf

How is pos cable going to starter? Could show voltage but no amps delivered?


T

Response From toolman0007

been doing a bit of checking. A system or item called the immobilizer ( thinking anti theft) car not recognizing the key
could also be a problem. any one have in put on this

Response From Discretesignals

To make this easy on yourself, find the starter cut relay in the underdash relay box. Make all your checks at the relay cavity. You can even bypass and send power down the starter solenoid circuit to see if the starter runs. Just make sure you have the transmission in neutral with the parking brake on. That will tell you if everything after the relay on the load side is working and gives you direction in your diagnosis.

If the immobolizer is active the starter still operates, but the PCM disables fuel to the engine.

Response From toolman0007

with out looking at it yet. would you know which leg on the relay is the one to solenoid. ?

Response From Discretesignals

Not off the top of my head. You'll have to pull the relay and see what numbers are printed to denote terminals.

Response From toolman0007

ok after a bit ...found the relay. jumped it, black and white to selenoide nothing at the starter. checked relay with stethoscope click's every time key is turned and clutch depressed. my understanding is jump and have action at starter relay is bad, no action on starter, starter is bad. Nice little am job....NOT LOL

Response From toolman0007

that was suppose to be jumped with relay out of cavity yes. or left in place and jumped from behind

Response From Discretesignals

If the relay is clicking that means you have control. You can jump the circuit going to the starter solenoid after removing the starter cut out relay. Make sure that you have power from the ignition switch on the load contact side of the relay. If you jump power to the starter solenoid circuit and the starter does nothing, you need to go down to the starter and make your checks there. Have you been able to do a tap test on the starter motor while someone is attempting to crank the engine?

Response From toolman0007

ok consider this one resolved. it was the starter. the connection between solenoid and starter was fried and melted
from each other. thinking the larger ground cable that was rotted off at the lower part of the motor had a hand in that.
thanks again for the help

Response From Hammer Time

Closed as resolved

Response From toolman0007 Top Rated Answer

the cable on neg side of battery has two wires one 8 Ga and one larger. smaller one goes to fender and the other goes down to the bottom of the motor. the only places I have checked for voltage is on the two switches under the dash on the clutch peddle arm mount. neutral safety switches is what I am thinking. I know there is power at the starter. (long probe) with test light. the starter is under the intake, and to get to it for replacement. it's my understanding the intake and throttle body must be removed. I have looked at it and think it could be done by removal of radiator and cooling fan Assembly and grill. but not 100%

Radiators!

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Question From Dodgegirl94 on Radiators!

Ok, A friend of mine is completely flat broke. She needs mechanical help and she asked me. I know nooottthhinnnnggg about radiators. Nada. Zip. Zilch.

History: About a month ago this friends Mini Van had a MAJOR leak, she took it to the mechanic and he put a water pump in. Recently the leak came back (she didn't tell me when) its only on long drives, and now she wants to try that radiator leak fix...stuff...that you can buy.

Actual reason for this post: What can you tell me about radiators? What do I look for that shows it needs to be replaced? The fins, if they're really worn down, lots of rust? The area of the leak? I've tried googling this but I've seriously come up with absolutely.freaking.nothing.

Second question: My truck started making a winding/humming noise when I put it in reverse. How bad is that?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Type of vehicles and model years would help. Most radiators if the actual leak simply need a new radiator. Forget sealers as that will just cause it to clog and more problems later and still need the new radiator.

If a real old car radiators can be fixed, anything near newer they really can't and not practical vs a new one.

If you know as you said "nothing" about cars and repair why are you taking this on?

One car per thread please. Start another with the other,

T

Response From Dodgegirl94

It's a '97 Plymouth voyager. And I'm taking it on because she has no money and I have the resources. I had helped her before with some problems but I just gave her ideas on where to start. She asked me to help so I'm trying.
I mean it can't really be that hard, right?

Response From Hammer Time

Sealer is a very bad idea. All it does is plug up radiators and heater cores and make your problem worse than it already is. Seriously, if she can't afford to repair it correctly, she just needs to park the car until she can. There is no such thing as "Mechanic in a Can". You really should have it diagnose properly first to make sure you are even on the right track with a radiator.

Response From nickwarner

I bought the exact same vehicle for my girl. Last guy dumped that garbage in it. Didn't seal the leak, that had to get fixed anyway, but plugged the heater core up so come winter it could barely defrost the windows. If you think a radiator is expensive, try doing the heater core plus the radiator you need anyway.

A pressure test will reveal the cause of the leak. If the hoses are original or looking rough you will need to replace them as well. They aren't pricey and will save a lot of trouble down the road.

With HT here, never use crap in a can and if you can't afford to fix it you will need to park it until repairs can be made.

By the way, absolutely do not use straight water in the cooling system because antifreeze costs so much more. I could show you a $1400 headgasket job I have in my driveway where straight water ate through it. You could buy a lot of antifreeze for $1400.

Response From Dodgegirl94

Ok! No sealer!!! Yiikkkeeesss!! Why is it still on the market if it's that bad? And I had a good half hour lesson on radiators from a mechanic friend, he backs up the "no sealer" idea. So, I'm looking at hoses, rust, the transistor, and the radiator cap. Thanks everyone for your input!!!

Response From Hammer Time

Yiikkkeeesss!! Why is it still on the market if it's that bad?


Because someone will buy it and someone will make money selling it and that's all it takes.

There is no "USDA" for auto parts and additives.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Especially the large parts outlet chain stores there's a whole isle dedicated to junk that either won't work or be harmful. If it sells they sell it. Buyer beware.

There are a couple snake oil things that can help certain issues all depending on the problem. Cure a problem for a car out of a can/bottle of something - NO! The bad part is many cause a lot of extra problems - that's unfair,

T

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Yes it could be hard if you are thinking of doing this yourself. First you need to verify that it's bad at all. If you can't plain see it a pressure test should reveal it. You can just check the site of popular parts outlets for what a radiator is worth if it will need it. Factor new antifreeze in also. If sent out parts would be higher than doing it yourself.

The potential problems are getting things out of the way, transmission cooler lines disconnected and sensors swapped. Cooling fan assembly would be moved or removed. I really don't know for the model but some vehicles a radiator will only go out thru the bottom requiring having the vehicle hoisted high enough.

If you must go the sealer way it only has a chance and only use a small amount not the whole container but know if it doesn't work or last (likely) it makes it harder later to do right and more expensive.

Nice of you to help a friend. At least get it diagnosed for sure so you know what you need. Get quotes/estimates on the job. If this thing overheats bad enough which is easy with a leak you could really get into expensive problems,

T