Q: If the wire on my radiator fan is bad, do I have to replace the entire fan?

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the wire of the radiator fan break while i'm heating the car engine. is it need to replace one whole new fan radiator, or just replace a new radiator wire? and what is the range of the cost will be?

My car has an automatic transmission.

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