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FAN MOTOR FOR 1995 MERCURY COUGAR XR-7

THE BATTERY LIGHT COMES ON WHEN YOU ACCELERATE. THE FAN MOTOR IS NOT WORKING. IS THIS WHY THE BATTERY LIGHT COMES ON? TO BUY A NEW FAN MOTOR IS THERE ANOTHER PART THAT YOU NEED TO BUY

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If the fan is electric it may just not be running when the engine is cool enough. Be sure to check it when your engine is hot, after you've been driving for a while. The battery may have a bad connection somewhere. Can the battery move when your accelerating? If so you should repair/replace the mounting hardware for the battery. Check the wires and connections to/from the battery and tighten/clean anything that is loose or dirty.

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