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CAN I REPLACE THE CORUPTED COOLING FAN OF MY COROLLA E11 4EFE 1.4 98 WITH FAN FROM E10 97

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CAN I REPLACE THE CORUPTED COOLING FAN OF MY COROLLA E11 4EFE 1.4 98 WITH COOLING FAN FROM E10 97 OR ANY OTHER MODEL?
MY CORROLA HAVE A.C.
THANK'S FOR INFO
VENCI

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Hi Venci,

Yes you can...make sure that the cowling will fit onto your radiator, or change the fan into the original cowling.

Have a cool time

Regards Johngee10

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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