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Is it normal for the fan clutch to turn slowly while in park on a 1997 Mercury Grand Marquis?

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2008-01-02 00:41:31
2008-01-02 00:41:31

Yes, the fan clutch is temperature sensitive and at cold the clutch can be expected to freewheel the fan.

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