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Cooling fan 94 corsica

My 94 corsica cooling fan stopped working. I qwired it straight to the fuse box, now I need to know how to replace it and if it is hard to do.

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Replacing the fan is a straight nut and bolt job.
The fan is going to be the expensive part.
I would suggest a local wrecking yard for the part.

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