Ford 2007 cown vic got over heated A/C is not working for the least 2 weeks, blowing hot air, fan is not working, what to do and how much is going to cost me to fix it ?

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Asked by Aug 03, 2013 at 10:36 AM about the 2007 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor

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Hi Judge Roy!! Is your car still overheating...?

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Incredible. The most common failure on the 4.6L Police interceptor is probably the Engine Cooling Fan. It's and entire assembly: fan, shroud and motor. I recommend replacing the control (silver box with wires attached to the fan) as well. Approximately $300.

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Dexcool is for GM products. 5.6L with special tactical transmission? Where do you get this tripe?

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