All modern vehicles have a cooling system tasked with keeping the engine cool or at least at optimal operating temperature. The cooling fan or radiator fan as it is referred to often comes on when the car’s engine reaches a certain temperature. The speed of the fan will be varied by the onboard computer which speeds up or slows down the cooling effect. When the fan fails so does the cooling system and though replacing the fan is not expensive failure to do so can result in engine damage. It is also important to use a high-quality radiator fan like the BOSCH Radiator-Fan. Branded fans last longer and are much more efficient.
If the radiator fan does not turn on even after the engine running seemingly hot i.e. the warning light coming on or the needle reaching the ‘hot’ symbol on your dashboard, then it should be replaced. Remember, that all modern engines have an ideal operating temperature which is why at first the fan does not come on and only does after a few minutes when the engine heats up. You should also replace the fan if it's noticeably noisy because it’s a sign of failing bearings or sleeves. Ideally, buy and replace your car’s radiator fan with a genuine BOSCH Radiator-Fan, and you should hire a professional to do it for you.
At 123spareparts.co.uk are the leading sellers of BOSCH Radiator-Fan in the UK. All fans sold come backed by a warranty and are listed based on their part numbers so finding a replacement is very easy. Plus, we can assist you in choosing a fan based on your vehicle type. Take advantage of our free delivery when buying high-quality fans from 123spareparts.co.uk.