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Radiator fan replacement

1996 Chevy Blazer with a/c how do i replace the radiator fan?

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Hi..the radiator cooling fan(s) will be replaced by
disconnecting the power (an automotive connector)
then physically unbolting it from the radiator.vehicles
with less room in the engine compartment might require
pulling the radiator, fans and all and then disconnecting it.
check it out..
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REMOVE THE SINGLE DRIVE BELT, THEN REMOVE THE 4 MOUNTING BOLTS BETWEEN THE FAN AND THE BELT PULLEY. THE FAN MIGHT NEED TO BE WIGGLED OFF  before replacing to check out if it faulty try this  Is the cooling fan coming on as it should? If not replace the thermal sensor for the fan. Did you bleed all the air out of the cooling system after these repairs? You may very well have air trapped in the system. Us the bleeder valve if equipped. If not remove the radiator cap, set the heater to hot, and start the engine. Keep the cooling system full until you see no more air bubbles escaping. 

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