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I am having difficulty understanding what you wrote! Does "cooling vans" mean the cooling fans on the front of the car that blow air into the radiator?

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  • mannsur ali Jan 14, 2013

    Yes the coolant fan in the frent

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    Leigh Perlmutter Jan 14, 2013

    Now I can help! THe noise is probably the fan blades hitting the cooling fins of the radiator in the space between the fans and the radiator! If that is the case, you mounted the fans either too close or backwards. DO NOT run the car like this it will mess up the fan blades and the radiator!

  • mannsur ali Jan 14, 2013

    No the sound comes from the engen
    From the back of the engen after the car get warm and if u take ur leg of the gas or stop

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