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Old 11-22-2000, 06:16 PM
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Hello all, I've got another question for you all. My 300E's engine fan motor is not working. The fan does not kick on when the engine starts to rise in temperature. Is this something I can replace myself or do i need to seek professional help. I know the motor might be up there in price.

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Old 11-22-2000, 08:35 PM
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are you talking about the electric cooling fan or the mechanical fan thats attached to a pulley?

If its the electric one that shouldn't be too bad of a replacement. if its the engine one I would probably have it looked at asap. I'm not sure if it would do any damage or not if it wasn't working at all, but if its to aid in keeping the engine cool, you should get it fixed. Overheating is bad.


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