Step 1: Using the 8mm wrench, disconnect the positive battery terminal.
Step 2: Remove the protective panel that covers the radiator/fan area.
Using a flathead screwdriver, gently pry the retaining pins up, disengaging them and facilitating removal.
Step 3: Remove the two 10mm bolts on each side of radiator.
Step 4: When facing the vehicle, locate the upper and lower retaining clips that hold the radiator in place (right side). Disengage these clips.
Step 5: On the left side of the radiator, locate the 10mm bolt (at the bottom of the radiator). Loosen and remove this bolt.
Step 6: Disconnect the wiring harness on the back of the AC fan.
Step 7: You can now gently lift the fan casing, and you will feel it disengage from the radiator. Remove the AC fan.
NOTE: When removing the AC fan, be sure that you do not damage the radiator. By gently removing the fan, you can easily slide it out of its place.
Step 8: Begin installing your new AC fan.
Slide the new fan down into place, and secure it into position by securing the engaging clips and tightening the 10mm mounting bolt.
Step 9: Reconnect the wiring harness on the back of the AC fan.
Step 10: Reattach the two 10mm mounting bolts located on the top of the radiator.
Step 11: Reattach the protective panel by re-engaging the small retaining clips.
Step 12: Reconnect the positive battery terminal.
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