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Cooling fan will not turn on apparently there is a hydrolic pump?

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It does have a hydraulic pump and a motor at the fan end that may need to be replaced.also there is a magnetic celenoid on the back of the pump.it has a plug unplug it and plug it in see if the fan takes off (spins real fast).if so drain all the fluid and replace it with new. run it a week or so and change it again change it by siphoning it out of the reservoir.good luck

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There is a hydralic pump that runs off of the belt that controls motor

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SOURCE: hydrolic pump for engine coolant fan

Here is some instruction oin how to take apart and re-assemble the pump, Lincoln/Mercury Repair: lincoln ls cooling,if you need pictures you will have to buy the Haynes/ Chilton manual.

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