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2005escape3.0,just changed wireing harness due to bad wires to all 4 02 sensors. That problem seems to be fixed,but now it pulls 4 trany codes/713/743/750/755. I have owned this thing since October

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You can replace the fan motor (DIY) for around $100 (oreily autoparts) or the the entire fan assembly for around $300 (DYI) .
Replacing the fan motor will take about 2-3 hours.....taking out the fan assembly will consume most of your time.
hoppe this helps.

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