Any advice on removing the radiator fan to replace it with an electric fan

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Asked by Feb 14, 2016 at 09:10 AM about the 1963 Ford Thunderbird

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 1963 thunderbird and want to replace the fan with an electric fan My
questions are,
1) is there any special problems with removing the mechanical fan itself,
2) can anyone suggest an appropriate size electric fan
Thanks

3 Answers

22,435

Just keep it stock- what's the problem? is it overheating? that mechanical fan is one of the greatest inventions ever made- lol

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65,745

I would get the biggest electric fan that will fit. When you remove the old fan be sure and bolt the fan belt pulley back on. A flex fan is an alternative to the stock fan. Keep the original though.

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Thanks the both of you, One of the reasons is to see If I can reduce the fan noise as well as a fster heating up.

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