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FAN MOTOR HUMMIN LIKE A SON OF A GUN

FAN MOTOR HUMMIN LIKE A SON OF A GUN

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    REPLACE IT?? WHAT DID U THINK WOULD FIX IT?

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Is it attached to the water pump? or is it electric? if it is attached to the water pump, the viscous fan clutch is bad. thats where id start

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