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The cooling fan is rubbing and the car over heats it i um plug the fan so how can i fix the fan

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  • ewboardmembe Aug 11, 2008

    i have to replace the fan assembly on my 2003 pt cruiser, does thr radiator come off or do i have to remove the manifolds?

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The fan shroud may be warped from the heat. If it is you have to replace the fan assembly. Just replaced mine today. Fan was $200 aftermarket. Job was relatively easy after removing the bolts on the long plate that runs over the radiator. Took around 2 hrs to do. -C

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