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HELLA
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8EW 351 043-251
£296.06
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VALEO
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696091
£113.73
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METZGER
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4002013
Fitting position:  Left
£67.23
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METZGER
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4002012
£71.77
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VALEO
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696850
£106.12
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TYC
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837-0010
£99.35
Art.No.:  11010024

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FEBI BILSTEIN
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10279
£62.37
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"Car Air Cooling Systems – Saving Your Engine"

A car engine runs hot, this is no secret, and keeping it cool is a serious business since an overheating engine can quickly get damaged. And, as we all know, replacing a vehicle engine's akin to replacing the entire vehicle. This is why the car air cooling system is essential, and should run at maximum performance at all times. Be sure to check your car air cooling devices regularly and ensure they are operating as they should.

Warning Signs Car Air Cooling Systems are Failing

"The fan is a major part of any car air cooling system, and will kick on automatically when the engine runs hot. If this fan does not kick in the engine will quickly become hot, until overheating completely. Besides the sound of the fan, which is obvious in most cars, the temperature gauge will also show the engine getting hot. In the case of the fan not turning on or temperature gauge rising, stop the vehicle immediately and confirm the fan is turning on. If the fan is failing to kick in, be sure to repair the car air cooling system as soon as possible to avoid serious damage."

Replacing an Car Air Cooling Systems Fan

Replacing the fan is not a difficult task and should be manageable for most DIY mechanics. The trick is, however, that not every fan will work with all car air cooling systems. If the fan does not fit it can be a waste of money, so be sure to research in advance before spending or making any purchases. In most cases it is wise to contact a professional mechanic to avoid mistakes. Also, remember that it may not always be the fan, but the thermostat causing the problems.

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