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Is it difficult to change out the radiator fan, or bracket. I noticed when idling the fan turns on and a bad rattling noise is made and then stops when fan cut off.

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It seems that the radiator fan is hitting against the frame and so there is noise and vibration when the fan comes on. Shut down engine and check on the blades, see if there was any damage that would have changed the alignment or postion of the fan. If so you will need to remove and reset the fan. If the bearings or blades are seen to be faulty , replace them before the radiator is damaged.

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