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How do you change cooling fan 96 Lincoln Continental?

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2015-05-29 20:27:02
2015-05-29 20:27:02

You have to go in through the bottom not the top. Dissassemble the front undercarriage area, make sure to support the radiator (or it may drop out of place - this can be done with wire or strong cord - simply tie the radiator supports so that they don't move). You may possibly have to disconnect and drain the lower radiator hose. Unbolt the fan assembly and push up over the lower supports and gently pull the assembly outward and downward. You will also have to disengage several clips on the top of the fan assemble (the overflow tube and another hose).

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