Weight: 4.5 kg
Placement on Vehicle: Front
Fan Quantity: 1
Fitment Type: Direct Replacement
OE Number: 13289627
For 2012 Buick Verano 2.4L
For 2011-2016 Chevrolet Cruze 1.4L
For 2011-2016 Chevrolet Cruze 1.8L
For 2014-2015 Chevrolet Cruze 2.0L
1pc Radiator Condenser Cooling Fan
1. Built to strict quality control standards 100% factory tested
2. Easy Installation，100% Compatible with OEM Parts, meets Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Standards
3. Features a high performance fan to help ensure optimum and consistent cooling system temperature under all conditions.
4. The radiator cooling fan is an integral part of your car that is responsible for cooling the radiator of your car.
5. The radiator cooling fan does this by either pulling or pushing air into the radiator keeping the radiator temperatures within the safe levels.
6. Made of high quality plastic with light weight and durability.
7. Replacement cooling fan assemblies help your engine keep its cool, even under the most strenuous driving conditions.
Each assembly comes with everything you need for a plug-and-play solution, including the shroud, motor, and all other necessary components.
Both the design and motor output match factory specifications for an easy installation and like-new cooling performance.
This product recommends professional installation.
Step 1: Locate the Radiator Cooling Fan. The radiator cooling fan is attached at the back of the radiator through a mounting frame.
Under the engine and the radiator is a sticking cylinder that is encased in a small casing.
That is the radiator cooling fan motor that you may need to change or repair other than the radiator cooling fan itself.
Step 2: Disconnect the Power Supply. Find the connector of the wires from your engine and from your radiator fan motor and disconnect it.
Step 3: Remove the Fan Housing. Using a crescent wrench, remove the four screws located at each corner of the fan housing. Remove the fasteners at the sides of the fan housing as well.
Step 4: Remove the Radiator Cooling Fan and the Fan Motor. You may need to remove a keeper that prevents the fan blades from moving up in the shaft up and down.
As to the fan motor itself, remove it from the fan housing using a screwdriver.
Step 5: Attach the Replacement Radiator Cooling Fan and Fan Motor. Install the new fan motor into the fan housing.
Slide your replacement radiator cooling fan into the shaft, insert the keeper and secure the new cooling fan and keeper into place.
enturn the fan housing back into its proper place and secure the screws and the fasteners.
When the air conditioner is used, the cooling fan automatically activates to remove heat from the condenser regardless of engine temperature.
To inspect a cooling fan start with ignition key "OFF".
By hand, spin the fan blade, it should "freewheel", if the fan motor does not spin or is hard to turn, it has failed and replacement is required.
If the fan motor fails to activate electrically check the cooling fan fuse and relay and replace as needed.